Hotel Les Geraniums
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... foot of some precipitous cliffs - must have cost billions.
St Denis was equally a non event. The streets were narrow, it was hot, although there was a cooling, fresh, humid, sea breeze. The highlight of our visit was going into an iShop and downloading 128 emails on to my iPhone!
After another wait we got the bus back to Le Port, changed buses to the terminal, changed again to the ship and that was the sum total of our trip ...
... ride in as the countryside is just beautiful.
We met Bill (Rose's husband) and the four of us dined in the MDR for lunch, then headed upstairs to have a beer.
The rest of the day and evening was spent lounging around. We did catch up with Bill and Rose in the Avenue Saloon for a drink after dinner.
Tomorrow will be a sea day, good day to get caught up on odds and ends.
Until next ...
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... where we arrived late in the afternoon. We walked into the brand new terminal arrival section which was about four times as large as the old one. It was well staffed, so lines were not too long. We walked to the transit line where we still had to fill out arrival forms giving all our personal information. Then we were allowed down to the new departure area. Since the flight on which we arrived was a codeshare will Air France and Kenya Airways, we were allowed ...
... but was built up until we got to the top where there were very lush dairy farms and little villages not unlike parts of Europe. We continued to climb on an even narrower and windier road before stopping at a lookout over a deep narrow gorge which had been made by the volcano millions of years ago. We then went round the end of this gorge, still climbing till we got to the next cliff which exposed a moon like area which had been a later cauldron of the same volcano. We ...