VIP Executive Zurique Hotel
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... thousands at or fingertips. All legit, removing the issue of uber-sneaky urban camping making Laura much more relaxed as law breaking has decreased.
The first stop was through the Normandy region starting in Bayeux, famous for the D-Day landing beaches to the North. Again, Camperstops gave us a free camping car-park in the center of this quintessential northern French town. We spent our days ...
... Best hostel: White Nest Hostel in Granada Most scenic place for a drink: our hotel bar on the Dordogne in Siorac-en-Perigord This month there’s no item of the month, instead we feature a special plant of the month, the Damask Rose. And finally, as always, some lessons we’ve learned: If you’re going to Europe, get a credit card with a chip in it, American credit cards aren’t accepted a lot of places Don’t split a pizza in France, you could get hit ...
... that looks surprisingly like the one in your bathroom was imported from England for the queen. The king had a telephone to listen to the opera.
After several hours of discovering surprises around every corner, we decided to hike up and down. My Man and The Girls hiked half a km up to an ancient ...
Set of nice and early for the airport which was just as well as I had no idea which terminal we were going from. So much for being The Planner. Uneventful flight to Lisbon and a really easy Metro ride to within walking distance of our hotel. Thankfully the really heavy bag has gone on ahead to Miami and we are just travelling with a change of clothes. The hotel is a little ...
Well this did not live up to expectations. The bunks were comfortable enough but the train was S noisy as hell and rattled and shook all night with no e of the three couples getting any sleep of note, Julia and I only got about 1 hour in total the whole night.
Finally arrived in Lisboa and dropped off by taxi to our ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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