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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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... areas we rolled through that had snow capped mountains right next to the train line. Made me miss home. But not winter. Rolling through the cute towns with all the trees budding and with full blooms was also awesome. And walking around in a tshirt or light sweater has been fantastic. We got into Paris train station and went and got tickets to Fountainebleau. Mikes friend Chris lives here so were crashing with him for the next couple days. It's a small ...
Am feeling back to normal now since I was able to wake up at 5.30 am and feel rested, it will be a long and busy day today and very tiring. When we each give our talks, we have to try to use simple English so the translators can change it to French. The ladies translating have not done this professionally, and may not understand all our terms, so will be a challenge. This morning's class was spoken in Mandarin and ...
... the mountain.
Then we drive down to Menaggio on Lake Como. Mum says that is where Goerge Clooney hangs out (not sure why but all ladies know about him).
We then go into an Italian restaurant and have Pizza and Crepe. I liked the Pizza. On the way home we try to take the longest road tunnel in the world but that was closed. So we went over the Gotthard Pass again.
... silk and intricately woven with various designs. There was even a fireplace that was framed by detailed carvings that stretched from floor to ceiling. The Chinese Museum at the end of the tour was Empress Eugénie’s was in fact a gaming salon where the Empress displayed all the rare artifacts she had collected from the Orient. It had a much more casual feel to it than the rooms of the Grand Appartments, filled with comfortable chairs, ...
... someone to let us in. After depositing our bags we headed off towards the city. We walked around a little bit spied a smart car parked in between cars rear to curb (they park anyway they can) and then I handed Ron the map and we walked back through the station and off towards the city oops..
Lyon is quite a big city (careful mind the dog .....) and the train station is away from the main commercial district. On the way to the main area we passed through a ...