Hi Nice Guy Looking for the best place to stay at Le cap d'Agde France going in my Ferrari from England
What is the best transport from Strasbourg to Munchen? Any BUS suggestions...or cheap train? And also, from Ljubljana to Strasbourg... Any idea? Thanx
We want to stay for a few nights at a camp site nr Vernon or Evreux , leave the car at the camp site and travel into Paris on the train and stay overnight. Can anyone recommend a good camp site with easy access to a station. We need to be happy that the car and caravan will be secure if we are leaving them unattended for the night. We have looked at Les Andelys but not sure how easy it would be to get too and from the station without the car. Any advice gratefully received.
Hi all, I was in Nice 2 years ago for the first time and loved it however with the kids they got very bored very quick, I am wanting to go back next year at the end of May and was wondering if there are any local playgrounds or parks for kids to go to ages 3 1/2 and 5. I know of the park in Antibes and will go there but local parks I would like to find. Also is it true that there is always an amusement park in the old town ? Thank you in advance :)
My family and I will be arriving by cruise ship in Villefranche sur Mer at 9 am and departing at 9 pm. We would like to rent bikes and ride to Monaco via Cap Ferat and return to Villefranche sur Mer. How long will that take us to bike? Are there any cafes or sights along the way that should not be missed?
My wife and I are doing a house exchange in Perros-Guirec from mid-July to mid-August. We're in our 60's, and our son and his wife will be joining us for a couple of weeks in July as well. We would enjoy getting to know some people there, maybe meeting for coffee or dinner (or crepes!) if anyone is interested.
Dennis and Libby Berry
Hello everyone, I will be arriving at 640am to Charles de Gaulle Airport Paris, and I need to go to Blois.
I find it a little expensive to take a train from CDG T2 to Saint Pierre Des Corps at 4km of Tours, and then another train to Blois - Euro 68, on 7th June.
The other method seems to be to take the RER from CDG to Paris Austerlitz and then a Intercites train down to Blois. However, the train to Blois is at 0738 or at 1238, which 12.38pm will be a little late for me as I want to try to visit both Chambord and Cheverny in a day...and yet 07.38am at Paris Austerlitz is too rush for me since I land at 6.40am.
Does anybody know of a bus from Paris to Blois? Or a slightly cheaper but pretty fast way to Blois from CDG?
i am going to be in la giettaz from 14th june to 17th june
i am going there with kids (7 and 9 years old)
i am landing in geneva and i will rent a car
where can i find snow covered peaks ?
are there any nice drives ?
what are the other places of interest for children nearby
I'll be in Paris in July and am looking for a gym where I can simply lift free weights. Barbells and squat racks are what I'm looking for. I need to be able to sign up for just a month though. I expect prices to be expensive, so I'll be happy to hear of any option.
We are planning to get married in Annecy this summer and looking for DJ / musicians for the reception.
Are there any you can suggest ?
We are a mixed couple from Cameroon &Turkey and we love Latin/ Salsa/R&B/Party and African Music ....
Thanks for your help :))
I want some advice to travel from Paris Gare du Nord or Gare de l´Est station to Disneyland? Can I know which would be the cheapest way to get there and how much will it cost?
I'm a Singaporean in France for a holiday. I understand we have visa waiver but that's only up to 90 days. How can I extend my visa here without flying back to Singapore? I'm mostly staying in Paris. Please help as I'd love to travel more in Europe! Not enough time!
We went to Rambouillet on a Sunday. On the return trip, we could not get past the gates between the front door and the platforms. The sign said "access to trains," but it was nothing but barriers. The gates seemed to be activated by small, subway-style tickets, but we had a full size train ticket purchased at our station of origin. There was no one attending the station. We jumped over turnstiles, squoze through gates, crossed tracks, and climbed over a fence before finding a staircase that led to the right track. We could see a staircase after we broke through the gates, but it was fenced off. I can't find a layout of the station or any explanation anywhere else on the internet. Any one know what we did wrong (or what's wrong with the train station)?
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