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    • First Visit

      Le Cap d'Agde Nov 28, 2016 at 3:19 AM

      My wife and I are hoping to visit the naturist resort for the first time next June/July (2017) and we're wondering what's the best accommodation to book?

      Many thanks in advance.

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    • Baggage storage in Paris

      Paris Yesterday

      Hi guys,
      I am heading to Paris in January. On my last day I do not need to be at the airport until about 5 o'clock to catch my plane to Sydney. I obviously want to make the most of this as a sight-seeing day(possibly Disnayland) but will have my luggage with me. Does anybody know of any storage lockers or something I would be able to take my big bag to? Does the airport have lockers for rent? Or does Disneyland have big storage cubes? Or would some hotels offer baggage holding even when you have checked out?
      Thanks

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    • Buying a laptop

      Paris Nov 28, 2016 at 5:42 AM

      Hi all,

      I am going to Paris from 23rd Dec till 3rd Jan for Christmas holiday,
      In Australia normally you get a good deals for laptops in stores like JB High Fi or Harvey Norman, can anyone help me where I can buy a low price portable laptop in Paris?

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    • Gare de Lyon to Orly

      Paris Yesterday

      Hi Paris expert friends - Would someone know the transportation options from the Gare de Lyon to Orly Airport? Thanks, Jean

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    • How tourist-y is Antibes in January or February?

      Antibes Nov 7, 2016 at 12:32 AM

      How tourist-y is Antibes in January or February?

      I need a get-away soon, but I don't want to be around large numbers of tourists milling around, taking photos, partying. Unlike many tourists these days, I'm not "looking for the action" (excitement) at all.

      I do speak French fluently and have been a francophile most of my life.

      Is Antibes in the winter subdued enough, quiet enough for me to spend two weeks just de-compressing, wandering around, reading (French novels) and listening to classical music in my apartment? Or should I look elsewhere on the Cote d'Azur, somewhere smaller like Vence or Beaulieu, etc.??

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    • Menton or Villefranche-sur-mer ?

      Menton Nov 5, 2016 at 11:46 PM

      How would you compare Menton with Villefranche-sur-mer as a base to explore the Cote d'Azur for a first-time traveler (to the French Riviera) for two-weeks? I am looking for a quiet village or small town atmosphere, away from hordes of tourists, and crossed off Antibes, etc. for that reason. Somehow I narrowed down to my list to Menton and Villefranche-sur-mer. I know the latter is much smaller and seems to cater to a more upper-tier clientele, while the former has attracted many French retirees.

      I do speak French and have a degree in art history, with interest in French history and literature. I will not have a car.

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    • Solo woman traveling in Paris on New Years Eve

      Paris Nov 28, 2016 at 10:57 AM

      I am a 54 year old woman who will be arriving in Paris Orly airport on Thursday, December 29 at 5 pm,
      and flying out of DeGalle airport on Sunday, January 1 at 11 am.

      My questions...

      1. What area in Paris should I stay in?
      Since I really only have two days I would like a great location to walk to things in the area and as a base for sightseeing. I would be so grateful for decent, hotel and restaurant suggestions in that area?

      2. What is the best/easiest way to get from Orly to "that area" at that time of day?

      3. Are there any good one day tours?
      I would probably book that for Friday or Saturday, and spend the other day on my own exploring the area around my hotel.

      4. What is there to do on New Years Eve? I don't drink but would love to know what would be safe for me to do alone that night.

      Thank you very much!

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      Can anyone suggest a day-trip from Paris?

      Paris Nov 11, 2016 at 7:32 AM

      I will be visiting Paris in a few weeks. I have been to Paris numerous times and know it very well. Equally, I have taken many day-trips from Paris and have been to all the obvious places (and even beyond). Can anyone suggest a new place I might visit? I am looking for a place within a two hour radius by train.

      I like quaint places, and/or places that has a old worldly feel to them. I enjoy visiting places with a riverside setting as well e.g. Moret-sur-Loing. 

      Here is a short list of day-trips I have taken:

      Amiens, Auxerre, Beauvais, Bourges, Châlons-en-Champagne, Chantilly, Chartres, Compiègne, Dijon, Fontainebleau, Giverny, Moret-sur-Loing, Orléans, Provins, Reims, Rouen, Senlis, Sens, Tours, Troyes, Versailles.  

      I have not listed other places I have visisted that are further a way e.g. Caen, Lyon, Metz, Nancy, Nantes, Rennes etc.

      At the moment I am thinking of visiting Meaux (because there is a cathedral in Meaux), but I would like to have a few other places on my list. I thought of trying to get to Avallon and/or Loches, but it appears there aren't any direct (or very few direct) trains to Avallon or Loches.

      Many thanks

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    • Notre Dame du Haut

      by rchitekt Online Now Oct 14, 2009 at 5:20 AM

      I am trying to go to this famous capel in Ronchamp as a day trip from Paris. the train schedule is not very convenient. The morning train brings me at Ronchamp around 12:50 in the afternoon. The schedule to return is not very good as train from ronchamp brings me back to Paris around 11 in the night.

      Can somebody tell how far is Lure from Ronchamp and whether there is bus or train from Ronchamp to Lure around 3to4 in the afternoon so that I can catch a train at 5:12 in the afternoon to return to Paris.

      I also want to know whether photography is allowed inside the church. This is very important. If it is not allowed I may have to think whether to go there or not.

      2 Answers Oct 14, 2009 at 3:59 PM
    • Opening hours of the Ronchamp chapel

      by schmoopykitty Online Now Oct 7, 2009 at 3:08 PM

      Hi
      Does anyone know what the current opening hours/days of the Ronchamp chapel are? Is it closed on Tuesday?

      Thanks.

      1 Answer Oct 7, 2009 at 4:57 PM
    • Corbusier's Chapel in Ronchamp

      by rchitekt Online Now Jun 23, 2009 at 12:15 PM

      I will be coming to Ronchamp from Paris via Vesoul.
      Does anybody know whether the famous chapel is in walking distance from the railway station of Ronchamp? If not is there a bus ot taxi available at the station?

      1 Answer Oct 7, 2009 at 3:07 PM
    • Bus to Ronchamp??

      by ProfHolly Online Now Jun 5, 2009 at 3:51 AM

      Is it possible to travel by public transportation to Ronchamp? Or must one go by car?

    • Visiting Ronchamp Chapel

      by deverch Online Now Mar 12, 2008 at 6:18 AM

      I am interested in visiting the Ronchamp Chapel over Easter 2008: March 21, 22, 23, or 24th. Is this possible and what time would the chapel be open?

      Thanks and kind regards!
      Christine

      1 Answer Mar 12, 2008 at 6:40 AM
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      A hotel/lodging in Ronchamp?

      by curlylashis Online Now Sep 8, 2006 at 12:43 AM

      Hi! I am traveling to visit the Corbusier Chapel. I want to spend as much as I can near the site, so I want to find a place to stay in the walking distance area. I looked everywhere on the web, but have not been lucky with it. If anyone has done a trip to Ronchamp, what's your suggestions? I won't be driving.

      Thanks!

    • NEED DIRECTIONS

      by KIWIGIRLTRAVELLER Online Now Mar 30, 2006 at 7:57 AM

      we are plannin gon going to ronchamp from basel, switzerland. maybe via mulhouse. does anyone know the best way of doing it. we cant drive either so it'll have to be public transport so any suggestions?

      1 Answer Apr 13, 2006 at 11:10 AM