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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking rooms
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Bar Gritty, opposite station, 2.30pm
I have just driven through the Fréjus tunnel from Modane, France to Bardonecchia, Italy. Coming out of the tunnel and seeing the buildings you are in no doubt that you're in a different country. I'm not sure what it is – the size of them, the style of roofs, or the windows – but they’re definitely different from French. I guess with the mountains ...
... leads me to two possibilities – my feet smell really bad or someone has urinated. Yuck.
There’s a great big display case by the tills in here, with different Opinel knives contained within. There’s an Opinel museum in Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne. You can tell that this handy pocket knife is a much-loved icon of the area. ...
... vending machine in reception. In this case I don’t take offence at out-of-date produce; it all adds to the charm of the place.
I spent more than an hour this evening getting lost and not finding an open supermarket. In fact I only found one closed one. Yet I found numerous banks, insurance offices, and hairdressers. Oh, and multiple kebab shops. I conclude that everyone here either eats out or eats kebabs. ...
... s mind being up that high even in September. It was pretty good. We all came pretty prepared warm jackets and everything. Some did not and well they were looking pretty cold. I don't know what the actually temperature was but it was chilly.
It sounded like it was definitely a great view when you went up the elevator. Phil, mom and Marika went up but all agreed probably good that Riley didn't go up. I sorta wished I had gone up but at ...
The trip down the other side of Lake Garda was nerve-racking. Many narrow tunnels where we seemed to be scraping the sides at times. Crazy drivers trying to pass in the tunnels. Out of the tunnels the scenery was fantastic but at times I was too nervous to enjoy it as it was gut clenching on the narrow road. Lucky I have a good driver who doesn't seem to get fazed out by the daily challenges he faces on the road. We hit the motor way as we decided that we'd put in a good leg ...