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are like a small towns in themselves. Luxury refers to combination of facilities and style and something which one don't normally experience at home.
(Luxury hotel) A hotel is an establishment that provides paid lodging on a short-term basis. The provision of basic accommodation, in times past, consisting only of a room with a bed, a cupboard, a small table and a washstand has largely been replaced by rooms with modern facilities, including
- Chamonix-Mont-Blanc or, more commonly, Chamonix is a commune in the Haute-Savoie department in the Rhone-Alpes region in south-eastern France. It was the site of the 1924 Winter Olympics, the first Winter Olympics. The commune's population of around 9,800 ranks 865th within the nation of France.
- Chamonix is a Brazilian automobile manufacturer which has produced replicas of 1960s Porsche sports cars based on Volkswagen parts since 1987.
- Town lying at an altitude of 1100 metres, in the Haute Savoie department, renowned as the French capital of mountaineering. Chamonix is the departure point for the ascent of Mont Blanc, by foot or by cable car. It is also a border post at the entrance to the Mont Blanc road tunnel.
Thursday 12th May 2011. Today was the start of my latest adventure. I took the Eurostar to Lille, a city that numerous people had told me is "beautiful - you must go!" They weren't wrong.
I arrived at around lunchtime, checked into my hotel (I splashed out on tonight - a double room all to myself, what luxury!) and went off exploring. It really is a stunning city, full of historic buildings and quaint, French-looking winding, cobbled streets. I saw the Opera, the Vielle Bourse, the Theatre du Nord, l'Eglise Saint-Maurice, the Hotel de Ville, the Porte de Paris, the Palais des Beaux-Arts and the Prefecture, before stopping to enjoy the beautiful weather by the fountain in Place de la Republique. I sat there for about an hour, before the sky clouded over and the temperature dropped.
I walked back up to Cathedrale Notre-Dame-de-la-Treille - a beautiful cathedral, far lighter and less sinister than the Notre Dame de Paris, with an interesting modern facade at the front of the stunning gothic original. I did a fair amount of people-watching both in and around the church (I've noticed churches are great places for that!) and then went back in the direction of Lille-Europe, to photograph the strikingly colourful flower sculptures I'd walked past earlier as I left the station.
Dinner tonight was a very fitting welcome back to France - steak with gratin dauphinois, followed by creme brulee at Hippo. Delicious! It was doubly satisfying because eating in a proper restaurant alone was second of the two super-liberating things I've always wanted to do (the first being to go to the cinema alone, which I did in July 2009 while spending 5 weeks in Chamonix.) Tomorrow, Paris! I'm coming home...
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