Aigle Noir Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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Well we hopped yet another train and headed out to Paris! It was a loooong one. 6 hrs. But the country side was beautiful. And we packed smacks. Lots and lots of snacks. We had also downloaded some movies and tv shows so it was not so bad. As a side note we watched draft day which I really liked. The weather was miserable and rainy so it was a good travel day. We got to go through the mountains and the French countryside so it was really beautiful. There ...
... were divided into 8 sections and they bought their section of outer walls only and made it into their apartment on 4 levels. It is truly magnificent with fantastic views. Really thick walls of rock and mortar.. As soon as we arrived, we had to get into the kitchen to cook dinner for everyone. Then we had to set up everything for tomorrow's class, organise sleeping areas, have dinner and bed. We have 2 very busy days ...
Today we decide to go to Italy taking the slow way over the mountains. We drive on the Autobahn and then go up over the Gotthard. We stop quickly a the Devils Bridge and once we reach the top Dad takes us into one of the famous WWII fortress. The swiss recon those bunkers saved them from being invaded by Hitler. We play around with some machine guns and a very big gun which ...
... in this room was also very brightly coloured with busy motifs
· François I gallery – amazing because of its intricately carved walnut panels lining each side, further enhanced by the wooden ceiling, fancy chandeliers and elaborate paintings
The entire chateau was amazingly furnished and quite extravagant, with every surface either elaborately carved or decorated. For example, the wallpapers in the bedrooms were ...
... load it all on as we boarded the next carriage.
The next train was quite crowded and we settled in to our seats as we watched the French countryside rush past. There were lots of rolling hills and typical French farms with all the brick buildings facing each other in a courtyard. There were other areas of the countryside that were quite low that were flooded.
We arrived in Lyon at 130 pm and quickly found the luggage room where after a ...