Novotel Mulhouse Sausheim
Travel Blogs from Sausheim
... at Geneva was nowhere near the lake, so rather than having a look around , we caught the next train heading in the right direction.
This was an ICN train - a bit like our tilt trains I guess. They certainly tilted on the corners. Nice big windows. We traveled north with Lake Geneva on our right. Lots of sailing boats and people swimming and sunbaking as it was a Saturday and very hot. We could see snow on the mountains on the other side. Then we ...
... and it’s beautiful, double decker -I stayed on the bottom because of my bags and it leaves me with a carriage almost with no one in it , as everyone goes to the top. I have power for my laptop, there is a restaurant on board, and comfy seats what more could a girl want?
Back to adventures tomorrow, not just me but two of us - yeah – Leanne and I to rock the ...
... here, it's quite dangerous crossing the street, because although trams only stick to their tracks, they come at you from all directions at once! And people just cycle along the roads between the tracks. Crazy! We stumbled upon a huge underground bike storage area. There were hundreds of bikes, there was a bike hire place and bike servicing. It's really cool! Later that night, we faced a dilemma: how to get to Paris? Regional trains ...
... running 10 mins to my gate through duty-free. Then, once my ticket was scanned, was sent down a flight of stairs to wait in a hot, stinky, tiny room for no reason. Then a bus picked us up and drove us in circles to make it seem like all this was necessary before depositing us on the tarmac roughly 5 feet from where I got off the last plane. Jesus. But then the flight attendant gave me a cookie covered in Swiss chocolate, so now she's my favourite person. Then it was just a short jaunt ...
Not that you just sit back and relax though, as there was plenty of work to do as we made our way through the numerous locks which took you up or down, depending on your direction. Over the week we passed through more than sixty locks which are now almost fully automated. Beside every lock stood the homes of the former lock masters, most now sadly ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking