Kyriad Linas Monthlery
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... technical difficulties for half an hour, before we needed to change trains altogether. We had no idea what was going on but another passenger kindly translated for us. Another half hour of delay meant that our journey was during twilight instead of late afternoon. The countryside looked very similar to New Zealand, except that there were beautiful a framed houses instead of our flat roof variety, the cows were all white and there were more donkeys. There were also fields ...
... drank with them. A Californian man came in and told us there had been riots and we missed it all. Apparently it was in the Moulin Rouge district (montmarte). Every one else went out to a massive full moon party but we stayed downstairs and had a few drinks. When I say a few I mean we sampled different types each round. Beer and cider first. Then ash brought back a shot of schnapps with our baccardi and cokes. Then we had cocktails. Fair to say it was a good night and ...
... restaurant (Sorza) nearby – they did not bat an eyelid at us arriving this late for dinner. Home to bed for me but for John there were notes to write and emails to his collaborators about the assessor ...
... it was going to newzealand it appeared she had never heard of our country so i thought i did not understand her question. then I went back to the hostel, I discovered I didnt have as much stuff as I thought so of to town for tacky souvenir shopping, so I got to see the eiffle tower up close, there really is sonething captivating about the iron lady when you see it up close for the first time. so I explored this area did some shopping and then spent a ...
... but the trip was still very scenic.
After three and half hours we got to Zurich and waited for our connecting train to Paris. While we waited we ate our lunch which we brought with us from Zurich. Just nice and easy buns and a banana. We had nearly 2 hours to kill as we thought it would be hard to find our platform. It was two down from where we arrived so fairly easy. We had a walk around and bought coffee and cake with our remaining francs. Made it onto our train and to ...