Europe Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

View all Europe activity »
  1. 1 Rome
  2. 2 Booking hotels before trains
  3. 3 Trip Report Our week in Scotland—“againn san t-seachdain ann an Alba”
  4. 4 First time in France
  5. 5 Best European Cities for Walking Challenged
  6. 6 What to expect over Christmas
  7. 7 Trip Report Eiffel Tower Fireworks Photos July 14th
  8. 8 Planning stages of trip to Andalusia
  9. 9 English Countryside
  10. 10 When is Pope's schedule released for 2017?
  11. 11 First time to London - couple for lodging
  12. 12 Bologna, Florence, Venice 5 days
  13. 13 Copenhagen to Oslo to Amsterdam: Are we nuts?
  14. 14 Vienna or Budapest?
  15. 15 Thoughts on an unusual itinerary for Northern Spain please
  16. 16 Getting from Ljubljana to Plitvice Lakes
  17. 17 Munich
  18. 18 Need help in travel planning
  19. 19 Paris---baguette question???
  20. 20 Portugal itinerary help
  21. 21 Puglia or La Langhe
  22. 22 Switzerland, Austria, Prague and Munich
  23. 23 Revised post- cruise itinerary
  24. 24 Stay in Multalcino or Montepulciano
  25. 25 Visiting Spain in January
View next 25 » Back to the top

Trip Report Tedgale Photos and Trip info: Rhone delta, Aix en Provence, Uzes in Oct. 09

Jump to last reply

Lost all my notes from our trip and now it is too late to re-construct it day-by-day. However I DO have some great photos, which I have collated and labelled.

I will also post an album of the places we stayed, with web links and a short summary/ assessment for each.

A footnote on flights: We travelled via KLM from Montreal to Amsterdam and Amsterdam to Lyon --- a great, simple regional airport. Our return to A'dam was via Marseilles, another small, unhurried (as in: "virtually empty at midday") regional airport. No additional cost for the "open jaws" routing.

After years of flying Air France, we are finding more and more things we prefer about KLM. We found there was more legroom in economy on KLM and the cabin staff seemed friendlier. (Hope that does not change with the AF/ KLM takeover) I am not a CDG-basher but Schiphol seems much less stressful.

I'll post this now -- I prefer to keep my posts short -- but will be back with more photos and info soon.

44 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.