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- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
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... arrived home. The grand parents took responsibility for Corban and getting him
from school while Tony picked up Maddi and took her to her private French
lessons via Paul’s boulangerie for afternoon tea. While she was at French from
5pm Tony went for a walk around the back streets of the town centre. With Maddi
picked up at 6pm we headed home on the tram trying to avoid the costumed
dressed university students who seemed to be in fraternity week. ...
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... included meeting up with some New Zealanders and a wander around which included a stop off and lie down on the warm paving hill at Palazzo Pitti. On the way home we came across the “Leonardo De Vinchi Alive show” which was a light show in an old church with all the walls lit up with a 25min show of his work, it also included a few designs for the kids to play with. When we came out it had been raining so it was a well-timed visit. Home and time for ...
to the above two. Enough flower talk. We got home in plenty of time to allow us
to do a bit of a shop before getting the kids from school. This was our first
major drive for some time without the kids so always nice to get home and know
we are near again, over 250km covered. The day was due to come to an exciting
end as we had to be back at the school before 6pm (detention) to see Maddi’s
English class act the 6 chapters/scenes of the ...
Chocolate Chip Viennoises over the Seine. The pre-purchased tickets from the
day before allowed us to hop into the priority queue which was brilliant as we
lined up behind approximately 40 people instead of the line that needed to
purchase tickets which was about 300 people. Before entering the Louvre we rang
Tom and Rosemary quickly to make sure that they were OK as Tawa was under
flood, all seemed fine. Entering the Louvre