Grand Hotel Senia
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... man there was really nice and he gave us 4 chocolates each - for free. It was awesome. Then on the way back Mum took us the wrong way home and so we were late meeting Dad. Fortunately he had just let himself into the apartment. When we asked him what he had been up to he said he had just been wandering about.
It was about 5pm by now so we went to see this other market just down the road. When we got there it was a bit of a flop. So we went to a playground ...
... when you exit elevator. Open glass door and let kids out, open main apartment iron gate and lower kids and stroller onto street. On your own this isn’t so bad but with the kids + stroller + bag(s), the effort is 5X. In San Jose, you open the front door, load the kids and stroller into the car (buckle them up) and drive off. I also terribly miss our yard and space we have outside the house to hang around outside. Our apartment does have a little walkway outside ...
... on my feet, but they were comfortably onto that trick which was a real shame. Unbelievably it was now about 10.20 and we thought we better get ready for the light/laser/fireworks show. I decide to ask a guide what goes on.
Pete - Bonjour
Guide (we'll just call him Francois) - Bonjour
Pete - What time is the lightshow?
Francois - 11pm
Pete - What time does the park shut?
Francois - 11pm.
Pete - OK, so does that mean that the lightshow is ...
... there the day after Bastille Day they still had all the seating set up from the celebrations the day before. We then headed down the Champs-Élysées, a street filled with cafés, luxury specialty shops and clipped chestnut trees, it is said to be one of the world's most famous streets, and one of the most expensive strips of real estate in the world. Other monuments on the street, besides the Arc de Triomphe, are the Place de la ...
... the railing collapsed inward, and not over the side into the river below, which could have done major damage to tourists on tour boats, or to the normal barge traffic that passes under the bridge. According to local news reports, the damaged section has been temporarily replaced, and the bridge re-opened. Only time will tell whether this kind of incident will convince the city and its new lady mayor to restrict or ban the practice.