Hotel de France
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... 22 day stay in Switzerland, he became very close to us. Brian used to get some fruits, chocolates, yogurt etc and offer them to us. He had also taken us out for dinner in Laussane and also to play football. He had his flat very close to Geneva So we decided to ask him if we can stay at his place. He was in fact excited about this and took us all to his flat. But actually it was in France. i.e. Swiss and France border. And one can easily cross border ...
... been given the opportunity and sneak peak into the WHO world.
We finished off the week by hitting les bars, my first time ever... As the title gives away, we wandered bounced between a few different bars all with interesting names, and ended the night in a kebab shop at around 12:30, eating a wrap and watching Amityville Horror in French before walking back in the bise noire (black kiss - the cold cold wind that blows off of ...
... fajitas I have ever had! I was really glad we went, it was a very small odd place but very very good. We walked a little ways and went to the Casino but it is raining so we are back to our hotel for 9:30 pm, having wine in our room and looking at the view. Tomorrow we will be up early for breakfast and start our drive to Paris. I am very excited for this. I will let you know how it goes and upload pictures of the Eiffel tower. I hope all is well at home. Ali & ...
... and Fiona opened a half bottle of Bordeaux she has been carrying for a week. Then down to the lobby to try and write the blog. While writing the blog a group of about 60 Chineese people arrived in the lobby and spread themselves out trying to check in, including the table for two we were sitting at. It was mayhem for about 20 minutes. We have decided to stay in tonight and recharge the our batteries before getting read to attack Madrid tomorrow tonight. ...
... the vegetation
changed once we crossed the Alps, and how quickly the architecture
changed the moment we crossed the Italian border.
We had 45 minutes in Milan, enough to
eat a quick bite and find our train to Florence. After another hour
and a half of train riding, this time on a quite comfortable and
surprisingly punctual Italian train, we were in Firenze!!!
Firenze, or Florence as we say in English, was the capital of
the Renaissance. ...