Travel Blogs from Rouen
... doors was stuck open and they couldn't get it closed. We waited another 15 minutes then there was another announcement and everyone got up and got off the train. We just followed the American ladies who were following the French ladies and we all rushed to another platform and another train. We all piled in and we crossed our fingers and hoped that we had done the right thing. Finally 40 minutes late the train set off. This is our second problem with ...
... we had to go around a big one way block and look again and saw a tiny sign for returning rental cars at the narrow entrance to an underground car park. By this time we had missed our train to Paris, and it was still difficult finding our way up to the concourse, printing off our prepaid tickets, and looking up the next train - by now only about 15 minutes away, but running late. Onto the platform with a throng of travellers, it arrived about 5 minutes late and I'm ...
... and went to bed. When we woke in the morning, still alive, we moved a chair to discover the door locking button!
Thursday drove into Saint Valery sur Somme to the aire and found a very nice spot. Drama came on Friday morning when a giant German (the mh not the man) could work out how to get out of the site. You had 10 minutes to leave once you had paid and if your wheels were not in exactly the right place the barrier wouldn't open. Thus ensued ...
... is truly
spectacular. The gorgeous flowers were all out and I could really see where he
got his inspiration. Craig and Terry have been really enjoying their cycling in
the alps. Tonight Germany beat France in the soccer, which is clearly a
disappointment round here. Couldn’t get a drink anywhere – too crowded!
... amp; young, local & international and so many very young school children. We thought about how fortunate they are to be able to have such an experience at that age. There were American students there too, secondary level, who were obviously excited at the experience too. The gardeners were busy weeding, pruning, repainting - a never-ending job but well done. Nothing looked overgrown, nothing looked dead, everything ...
TravelPod Member ReviewsAstrid Hotel Rouen
El hotel está limpio, dos camas, la puerta del baño no cierra, la ventana da a la calle, enfrente de la estación y hay demasiado ruido por la noche, se escucha la televisión de la habitación de al lado
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