Hotel Residence Europe
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Pets allowed
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... go pro camera.' The life guard said "We have a photo policy" so that was the end of that day at the pool. The fifteenth was a hard day we had to say goodbye to Steve, Michelle and Sienna. We were leaving at lunchtime that day but we had to say goodbye to Steve at 7:30am because he had to go to work. After we got ready it was 10:45am. We sat down and all had a bit of a chat but before we knew it, it was time. Michelle took Manoa ...
... was destroyed in the battle has been replanted and is now a verdant place of peace and tranquility. We also visited Fromelles where a huge and disastrous battle took place with the Australians losing 3500 men. The grave of a boy from Nhill lies here and it was special to see that. Earlier today we visited Vimy ridge where the Canadians "defined their nationhood" by breaking through the German frontier ...
... Marie-Antoinette in 1778. In addition to all of the gardens there is a Grand Canal. It was designed in 1668, and under the reign of Louis XIV the construction lasted 11 years. It is basically a miniature sea and once housed 9 ships. The grounds were 7800 hectares prior to the French Revolution but today the museum and gardens occupies 800 hectares. We spent the day exploring the buildings and enjoying the gardens as the weather was sunny and reached the mid ...
... doing all sorts of acrobatics all while juggling or stalling a ball. Once we peeled our eyes away from him, we turned to the outstanding view of Paris in front of us. We sat on the main staircase, enjoyed some Bob Marley and Coldplay from a busker nearby; Beckett ate an entire banana by himself and we marvelled at the sheer density of the city. Once satisfied, we moved into the church itself. The tricky part of visiting churches with a toddler is that they ask you to be ...
... been doing this daily for more then a century", but funnily that didn't actually make me feel any better - it might be worn out by now! The view from on high is of course magnificent. There is a list of cities around the platform on your bearing, listing significant buildings and their height. In our region, Auckland, Sydney and Canberra rank a mention, but not Melbourne. And Sydney for the opera house at 67m ...