I travel across the US for business. Fort Lauderdale and SF frequent destinations for family visits. I don't splurge. Cheap breakfast joints outside the hotel are a favorite find. One ski trip to Europe for the last 8 years have kept me current on Austria, France, Germany and Switzerland. By no means am I an expert in these counties, but I do have some favorite haunts and most on the cheap. My neice lives in Oahu, my son in SF, my Mom in Ft. Lauderdale, and my best mate in Munich.
For Paris and France-Follow the tours described or hire the private tour guide who wrote the tours, England-Start at the Roman Wall and finish in the West End. Day 2-Start at Piccadilly and finish in Knightsbridge. Day 3-Go back to Paris. http://lemichaux.wordpress.com/paris/... See More
Does anyone know the names of the main streets on both sides of the river in Lech. What are the liveliest nightspots, and the hotels closest to them. Do any of these properties, either pensions or hotels, have jaccuzzis in their wellness spas? Any insights, suggestions,... See More
I agree with Christina. European hotels, for the most part, rent by person. Unlike American hotels, that rent by room. They are quite adept at making sure this policy is strictly followed. It also has a lot to do with board. If you are entitled to breakfast, half board... See More
It's one of the planets 5 truly world class cities. Just being out will be fantastic. One last stop before you head in for the night. The Tonga Room & Hurricane Bar , but before heading in, walk the Haight and ... See More