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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Victoria Fontainebleau
Comfortable rooms (no mini bar or in room fridge, and no food allowed). Nice and affordable self service breakfast and helpful staff who speak both English and French.
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Here for a week at INSEAD business school, the classes and homework and dinners with colleagues didn't leave much time for enjoying this pretty town. I did however get a sneak peak in the ground of chateau Fontainebleau on the evening the prime minister of Qatar was invited for a private party.
The only plane that takes off on time is the one you wish didn't, and so I departed Vienna for Paris at 6.15am yesterday. Arrived at CDG 87 minutes later and wandered around in a daze covering kilometres collecting luggage and finding my car, only to the sit in a bumper to ...
... consuming, and painful than corrective dental procedures. Periodontal disease ranges in severity with mild forms often ultimately causing people who tend to be more severe. Neglected, gingivitis can bring about periodontitis, which can result in major and irreversible damage to the bone structure and soft tissue of your mouth. For adults age 45 and older, periodontitis is the main explanation for tooth loss. Cures can be associated ...
... hand' moments and it's 'so many damn tourists' moments and it's 'creepy metro boob touching French men' moments. Not all of France is like that - only in Paris! Lilas had to head back to Arras in the evening and I went to see a band at a sweet little venue near Bastille. I love going to gigs in other countries! The venue is unfamiliar, the crowd is unfamiliar, everything is new and exciting and unknown. And of course the people are enjoying the music in the same way ...
... something to the driver. But I continued on.
We continued down the road to the Rhone river where we spied Australian flags flying and emblazoned across a river boat with a huge sign Ayers Rock. Obviously the place to be in Lyon. We of course got our photos taken in front of Ayers Rock so that we can say we've been there too. ;-)
We crossed the river into the commercial area of town we took pictures of the Louis XIV statue riding a horse in the ...