- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Outdoor pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Swimming pool
- Multilingual staff
- Breakfast Available
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Up nice and early today - had to make our way to Gare du-nord to catch an 8:28 train - with enough time to buy the tickets.
Walked the 2kms, and this was a bit brisk, but at least the footpaths were nearly empty.
Really easy to buy the tickets, and then just wait for the train - arrived on time, boarded, and then sat there for 90 minutes whilst they tried to fix a broken door.
Eventually under way, and very fast ...
... was doing. She was American as well, arriving to spend her second year teaching English in a French school. She directed me to a train and ended up getting on the same one. It was definitely a pleasant surprise to make a new friend so quickly.
At one point on the train ride, some official looking people boarded to check train passes and tickets. Luckily I had held on to mine, but the other girl, Jill, had dropped hers while getting on ...
Well, an early start for a plane flight to Florence...2 hours. Sue almost lost her travel diary, left it in the departure lounge. Fortunately, an announcement ( in English ) saved the day and she got it back...very lucky! Flight was uneventful, and we were met by Neil and Christine (bearing the "swan" name) in arrivals at Florence international, about the size of Adelaide, easy to get about. Marg, landing scored a 5...we dropped onto the Tarmac! Once we cleared the non ...
... but I am not much of an souvenir girl - my mother buys enough souvenirs to keep the whole family going. My father will be nodding his head about now (although he secretly loves all the stuff) because she brings it home and lays it out and plans who to give it all too!!! Me however, am a bit of a sucker for candles from Churches..... So anyone with a prayer room put your hand up. I'm coming home with candles galore!! Of course we prayed and lit a candle in Notre Dame for ...
... early, look decent enough to be seen in public, and the kids aren't always the happiest about having to go to school. I'll immediately admit that this is sometimes my outlook on drop off, but I also love the sweet moments that I get to have with my kiddos. Claire insists that I walk her to the gate even though she's big enough to "stay by herself." Axel holds my hand even if he doesn't have to. Raphaelle says "Aye, mes fesses!" (Aye, ...