Hotel Les Sapins
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and it was very interesting seeing us get ready and waiting at the airport lobby with our group was also a memorable experience. Finally, this trip went by in the blink of an eye. I am very thankful and greatfull to have gone with a great group of individuals and make lifetime friends and connectins. Our group of the 22 people was a great group, with an excellent helpfull 2 professors, who could not have done a better job for ...
... nervous to go on.
Waiting on line seeing everyone bundled up I worried if I was wearing enough layers. I did not pack a heavy coat and I worried at this moment if I would regret that.
When we got on the cable car it was different then I expected. We all just stood in this small glass cube. When I got on the cable car I heard the people next to me have American accents. I asked them if they were from America and it turn out that they ...
... grab food to eat for breakfast. Then walked downstairs to go to the lobby.
We walked to the bus which was parked outside the hotel. When I got on the bus I quickly ate the breakfast I picked up for myself. The drive to the World Trade Center was very short. When we got to the trade center we had to go through sercurity. We also had to show our passport in exchange for an id. Once we got in the gate we had to wait for our tour guide who was running late.
... he tells me its a set menu. Fine I say....then on reading the menu it is a huge Christmas feast. 7 course Bonne Degustation et Joyeux Noe´l dinner, in other words Christmas dinner. It was absolutely magnificent, paté to start was the best I've had so far, then risotto with chorizo, then quail which was stuffed with mushrooms and other things, then a digestif which was a local liquor over a kind of ice-cream, then cheese with ...
... we went on the pavement at one time & a guy started ranting at Peter (in French) so after he'd finished Peter just said sorry I didn't understand a word. The man finished with rude, ignorant person in English - it was really funny as there were so many people cycling on the pavement. Had seen several bureau de change as we cycled in, had completely forgotten that they didn't have euros here, we'll just have to pay with card everywhere. We made our way to ...