Grand Hotel Senia
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- Shuttle bus service
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free airport shuttle
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... lying flat as they moved over the keys. She was wearing a royal blue chiffon gown of cocktail length, gathered at the shoulders. Her arms were bare. She had a beautiful throat and neck, good collarbones and a dark brown face rising up from a strong chin to high cheekbones. Her mouth was well shaped and soft and at times broke into a brief radiant smile when she achieved a particular musical passage. The smile never interfered with the ...
... 30 Oct - Tour of the Somme Victoria is a town on the WWI battlefield of the Somme. After the war Victorian school children collected money to rebuild the school. The school hall is decorated with wood carvings of Australian animals and a large "Never forget AUSTRALIA" sign. Upstairs from the hall is a museum with photos - two memorable ones are a jetty with Ozzie soldiers languishing next to a wall painted sign with the words "Circular Quay" and ...
There have been options of doing organised walks with a mob called urban adventures in all of the other cities we have been in but we haven't taken up the offer. This one however came highly recommended and also included some food! So Joelene was already in! So lets get to the exciting bit first, the cheese tasting was held in this tiny little market street and was pretty good. The goats cheese was exceptional and i will be having a bit more of a crack at this when i ...
... which the kids immediately took over. As it approached 11am we rounded up the kids and headed to the puppet theatre for a French rendition of the 3 Little Pigs. The theatre was very quaint and the puppets very traditional. The experience was great but I think the lids struggled without it being in english? We bade farewell to our friends from home and pushed on to find lunch and suss out our afternoon. Next stop was a shopping centre ...
Our last full day in Paris. The plan today was to firstly slip down to the corner boulanger for brekkie (our hotel's breakfast is expensive & ****), then tootle off to FNAC to buy some tickets for a concert this evening and search for a French CD for Sue. Obviously, Galleries Lafayette was due for another hiding too!
Somewhere along the way I was hoping to track down this pair of "blue suede shoes" that have eluded me thus far ...