Hotel du Parc
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... well Rosemary did anyhow. Tom and Rosemary Skyped
Chris in Wellington the one who is left looking after 6 properties and Jack the
dog while all bar one sister is in or heading to Europe. With Wednesday being a
half day for the kids Tony headed out by car to pick up both the kids at
different schools within a 10 minute time frame and then home for lunch. It was
a quick turnaround at home as we had to be on the road again in an hour to drop
... well-preserved, with a pleasant, busy atmosphere. When tourist sites get too busy in summer, there are several lovely gardens in which to take time to relax and unwind in the sunshine.
Of course, with the seaside not very far away, you may wish to relax on a beach instead, but with so much to do in this area you will ...
... 200metres down the road. Girls arrived back with smoothies, coffees and croissants so once the drinks tray had been returned we were off out of town and on our way to La Spezia. Driving to Riomaggiore is possible but the chance of finding a carpark in a walking town let alone at the top of the hill was virtually none so we did what most of the advice states and that is to get the train in from La Spezia so that was our first stop – the train ...
... a lovely Opera
cake was had and then the traditional goody bags were handed out to take
home. We worked out that New Zealanders
and American’s all have the goodie bag tradition and also feed the children
lots of food as opposed to French parties when you might be lucky to get some
chips and a piece of cake.
Home on the tram again for a quiet night for the kids, Toni making a bacon and
egg pie for a shared picnic for the next day and Toni ...
... through a few shops and had a very traditional
coffee at a French café called “Starbucks” with nothing purchased other than a
coffee and Chocolate chaud. We reached the bottom of the Arc de Triomphe and
found our way to underground ticket booth. Up to ground level and off we went
up the 284 steps to the top, what a view after the catching of the breath. On
the way down after spending some time at the top we stopped off at the ...