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

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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.

http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=2040645&id=1126123095&l=e145eda15f

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.

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