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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... in Switzerland. A lot of the people don't know seem to know what we're talking about. Will be interesting to see what the hotel provides for breakfast tomorrow morning.
Could someone please email or text Rochelle and give her our details so she can see what we're up to if she wants to? Tried to get her before we left but missed her. Also someone might be able to guide Merv through posting pictures with these updates?
... if ya didn't know Geneva borders France) and we discovered of course we couldn't check in until 2 hours before, that our bags weighed too much and there was only 1cafe to choose from. So we began the fun times repacking our bags in the waiting area haha! We got it sorted and decided we should just spend the rest of our Swiss francs on beer. The beer was the cheapest in Switzerland- never would've thought the airport would ...
-Checked out of the hostel and went to the train station to catch a train to Barcelona. The only train was full and had to pay a large amount to get on. So we tried every other option to get there. We looked at hiring a car, catching a bus and even went to the airport to get a flight but ended up being lots more! The reason why is because we were meeting people in Barcelona and we had already booked ...
... here, we returned to the car to reach the final location of the day, the anticipated Principality of Monaco. No introduction is needed for this peculiar sovereign state on the Riviera. Navigating through its busy streets, full of policemen, we finally found the way to the Oceanographic Museum, a gorgeous edifice perched on the ocean cliffs. Inside, there was an amazing exhibition of preserved sea life, of the collection began by Prince Albert I, a scientist ...
... guitarist and his beautiful flamenco dancing partner. As the guitarist plucks and strums away at "Recuerdos de la Alhambra" by Terraga, Monsieur et Madame, overcome by the emotion of it all ,almost in tears, hold hands across the table and stare lovingly into each others eyes. Very embarrassing, I cower under the table in the hope of not being recognised. The music over, they decide to invest 15 euros in a recording of his music. Glancing at the ...