Alliance Hotel Tours Centre
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- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Smoking rooms available
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We are going to Eiffel Tower this morning. Very excited! This will be the attraction I know since I have memory.
Eiffel Tower is beautiful in a winter morning, wind is cold and crisp. We arrived at about 9:30am there were already a long queue outside both entrance. Luckily, we have priority entrance . There were quiet a few French police …
... was spent lazing around on the campsite, some sunbathing and bat and ball. We ended the day with a BBQ. We have checked the weather and it suggests rain for the morning so we have packed everything we can in the car ready for a quick pack up tomorrow ready to head to Paris. ...
... fascinating models, drawings and audio presentations about D Vinci's amazing inventions in all sorts of scientific fields. He was an absolute genius.
Then we walked to Chateau Amboise, a much bigger place, very imposing and again well kept and full of priceless antiques and furnishings. Saw the chapel where Leonardo DV ...
... 16th century tapestries, paintings, china etc. In one place the kitchens still had medieval sink, stove, pump and oven with copper pots and pans and it was easy to imagine what life was like!
Had an easy day today just wandering and eating and drinking - very tempting iin France as there are cafes and bars everywhere ...
... up some stairs onto a platform where they have started on a big heron tree which will end up to be 20m long and 20 tonnes.
We then took the nice tram to the station to get our tickets and then visited “Jardin des plantes de Nantes” which is basically next door and across the road. It is one of the cities earliest botanical gardens dating back to 1688, and then developed in 1726 and further in 1806. It still has some very old trees such as ...