Kyriad Montpellier Lunel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Took the train from Nuremberg to Munich. Encountered a group of refugees. Pretty difficult to get through with all the police that were there as well. I thought we might miss our train!! We didn't miss this connection although it is really full. One more transfer and we will be in ...
... for the refugees heading to Germany. Our train was leaving from platform 9, train number IC592, carriage 18 and our seat allocation for our group was 81-88. We all made our way to our train, the boys loaded our bags and the girls headed to the allocated seats. The train left on time for Villach. We had to change trains in Villach and we only had 7 minutes, which became 3 minutes to change over due to the our train running late. The train trip to Villach took a couple of ...
... stop was Kehlsteinstrasse and the 'Eagle's Nest'. This is situated at the top of the Kehlsteinstrasse from where Hitler could enjoy a dominant position overlooking a stupendous panorama over an area that was, in effect, a Nazi playground. Our visit began with a ride on a specially designed bus that took us to the road's end. This was about a 7 km trip that took 7 minutes and climbed over 700m up the ...
... Just over forty kilometre and it's completely different here. It's warm here but the kind of heat that even I'm comfortable with. Palm trees and cacti are everywhere. People have something mystical, gypsy like that makes the woman quite sexy. Believe me, people are different here. They show it in their hair style and clothing. It's a very nice experience. The locals hitchhike here too. I hadn't seen that before. My first feeling is '****, I've ...
The business students, music students, and staff went to Salzburg as part of a class trip. We had to be at the train station by 8:30, so Luke, Chris, Reina and I needed to leave by 8 (rule of thumb is to allow 30 minutes to get anywhere in Vienna). I was so excited for our trip, I was wide awake by 5:30, packed my things in my backpack for the weekend (seriously the lightest I have ever packed), and got ready for the day. I had a pistachio yougurt and banana, coconut smoothie ...