Appartement d'hotes Folie Oberkampf
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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... financial futures will have been ruined! We all went up the Ferris wheel for sunset and got some terrific photos. Sadly you will not get to see these, nor the photos from this day or the next, due to a mishap with our camera SD card which Paul unfortunately lost, but we will retain these images in our minds forever.
P.S. Celebrity spotting: On our way back home to our apartment tonight, we both did a double take as we realised we ...
... more ground and see more sights! It took little time the American couple & I to gain our balance and prepare to leave the practice area... a little longer for an English Mother & daughter team who had never experienced this form of transport!
We headed off for our 3 1/2 hour tour ably lead by Tina from Slovakia, a history student, who shared her vast knowledge of the local area and history as we stopped at many sites along the ...
... the cost! View right down to the Seine from our window, only 5 minutes walk to the Luxumberg Palace and gardens and within walking distance of everything we want to do.
We love it even if the weather is a bit dicey. Not raining decide to go for a quick walk around the block. End up at the gardens where there is an outdoor exhibition of photos of present day areas where battles of WW 1 were held. A number dedicated to the battle of Sommes and the Australians ...
... people. It was far too busy and we didn't manage to find him. Too many people! At 3pm I headed back to the airport. Total chaos! You could not move along the whole street, nor any of the pavement around the Arc de Triomphe! The metro station was busy - and I needed a ticket, luckily the queue wasn't too long. And by the time I made it to the RER train - it was empty! A quick change at Chalet des Halles and the train was then almost direct to Charles du ...
... 2 sentences of the 2 hour long service being in English, was great to be in there experiencing the service but for us it was more of a game of follow the leader as we stood up/sat down when the people around us did. The organ and bells definitely made it all worthwhile though. My cousins cousin met us out the front with her very adorable dog, we walked the streets back to her apartments stopping off to watch the ice skaters attempt to skate around the professional's ...