Hotel Les Nations
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... 5 Team Le Good supporters were the only ones on the bus, but the driver wouldn't except payment and directed us to the on board machine which only took coins, of which we had only a few.The driver really didn't seem that bothered but eventually we found enough coins to buy 5 tickets costing 3 Swiss franc when we should have paid 10 francs each, so that was a good deal. We arrived by 11.30 the bus journey quite long and tiresome but better than ...
... and I would have to pay again. Anyway with Graham in charge "the operation tandem on roof" went very well and we got out of the car park and back to the tranquility of the campsite. Three tents now set up, on our pitch this is what you call "family camping" . Sarah and Duncan arrived at 10 30 Graham having picked them up from the airport. Not too late a night for the travellers and the triathlete who was going to be up ...
... he didn't want to do. So it took us a while to get out of their. While we were playing in the pool I heard a siren. I didn't think much of it because obviously this isn't new but the helicopter I heard was. I've heard them but not like the sirens. All a sudden I realized it was landing in the park. At first I couldn't figure out why their was a helicopter landing in the park but than I realized their must have been an accident at the sand box. The sand box is close but not close enough ...
... Even better because I got to enjoy it in peace. I couldn't believe how many castles were along the river. We must have passed at least 5 if not more!
We got to the train station in Bonn and hopped in a taxi to the apartment. It was less than a ten minute ride to the apartment. We met with the guy who gave us the keys and a tour/explanation. I couldn't believe. The guy meet us outside of the entrance at the main entrance. We introduced ourselves and he went to ...
background of the alps. Tiny, tiny planes.
Ok, back to the Red Cross Museum. There was a game where you
tapped on different people to help rescue an island from a
hurricane. I was playing along side two girls, no idea who
they were, and we only saved 70 people.
I don't know how ...