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- Tennis Court
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- Minbar in room
- Heated pool
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... our lunch took far too long. We ate at a café and our waiter forgot to put in our order. So our quick lunch took 1 1/2 hours. We didn't get a chance to explore the town. You would be proud of your daughters. They all tried escargot - and liked it. The girls dashed into a chocolate shop and Michal and Becky dashed into ...
... area of Switzerland. For most of the trip the train followed a number of picture-perfect lakes in valleys surrounded by snow capped Alps. At Meringien we began a slow climb up one of the mountains overlooking the valleys and lakes, which was really beautiful. Luzern is a very pretty town centered on a large lake, which is covered with pleasure craft including a paddle steamer, and also surrounded in winter and spring by ...
Most of this trip has been pretty spontaneous. Aside from buying the tickets I have pretty much left things up in the air as far as what I was going to do or where I was going to go once I landed. Sometimes this has worked out really well. I met some really cool people this way and have seen places I would not have gotten to see. Sometimes this doesn't work out so well and in the case of getting to Switzerland from Rome my lack of planning cost me ...
... ready to finally get out othe water. This is one of the best experiences in my life hands down. It was so beautiful and terrifying and amazing and magical. Our guide was also sharing some interesting information in the middle of the rapids and let us know that we rafted by the paramount pictures mountain! It was unreal! We were on the water for almost two hours but I would have done it for 5 if we could. We then got to jump off the ...
... up on the tables and chairs, sang our hearts out and learnt dances to From Paris to Berlin and some other dances Donna knew. this was also the night that we jumped on Sheree and giggled into the night, I also started calling Sheree, Sherrese. I think it was an improvement. Such a sleepy little town, covered in snow. Don't no what the people would do to keep themselves occupied! We were greeted with the most ...