Hotel Park Lane Paris
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After 2 flights, 3 trains and a bus I finally arrived in beautiful St Jean Pied de Port via Bordeaux and Bayonne. I will try to attach the view from my room. Non the less beautiful knowing that I have to cross those mountains on Monday. No problems thus far. Hot, sweaty, dry. Nothing that a good shower and a couple of ...
... we speculate was a lamb schwarma onto two rolls. Clearly a breakdown in communication somewhere.
To top off the evening, Larry strolled over to get some shots of the Eiffel Tower lit up. While there, he was accosted by a group of girls who jostled him and were trying to pick his pockets, but Rebecca and I had warned him about pickpockets and he had done what was necessary to keep them from getting anything. That incident and the bus adventure notwithstanding, it was an enjoyable ...
Today was the best day of the trip so far!!! Well, according to Kate and Roy that is. Why you may ask???? Well we spent the day at the magical world of Disneyland.
The trip to Disneyland was not so magical in that we had to fight peak hour traffic on the motorway to get there…. However, as soon as we arrived, our stress was soon forgotten and we were off to visit the 'happiest place in the world'. We think it ...
... boarded the flight to Atlanta. I slept a while and then watched a few movies and read to pass the time.
In Atlanta I cleared immigration at the new kiosks they have installed. Arriving passengers scan their passports, have their photo taken automatically and answer a few questions on a screen, after which a slip of paper in emitted which one takes to a desk. I have a Global Entry card which means I'm supposed to be ...
... pretended" to be a commoner in her mini palace with farms and cottages nearby. The canals on the grounds rivaled the reflecting pool in Washington DC and many were teeming with hungry fish and ducks that the tourists were feeding. The farm was the size of some of the villages we have visited in England. Although the fountains were down for repairs, we could imagine the incredible degree of decadence that this palace garnered in its day. By even today's standards, this ...