Premiere Classe Conflans Ste Honorine
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Such a beaufitul town. Not nearly as small as I fist thought when I was comparing it with Paris. Quite large and the people are so friendly. I will visit conflans again.
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... a cuppa. They are on the 1st floor of a very old building with no lighting in the stairwells and very rickety hand rails! They have a tiny kitchen, quite spacious bathroom and moderate sized bedroom with a tiny table for eating from. We sat on chairs and the bed and overlooked a lovely skyline with a grassed garden immediately outside the windows. We caught the Metro back to our area of La Bourse where we had dinner in the same cafe as lunch the previous ...
... last year and found our hotel on foot. We had read we had to check in between 4 and 6 and we realized why as we had to wheel all our luggage through the restaurant tables. And We had been worried no-one would be there if we were late! Annecy was packed but luckily our hotel was right at the end of the tourist area along the main canal. Our room was basic but clean and light. We said that we would eat dinner at the hotel, whose dining ...
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