Adagio City Aparthotel Montrouge
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... bikes for a 5 min ride back to the office. Brad got a free shirt for being the derrière which he let me have so I picked a blue one. Decided to give our metro tickets away to a young couple who were brother and sister as there was still one full day left in them. They were very grateful. Quick cab ride back to hotel, pay MasterCard bill after finally getting interest to work the off to bed at about 12.30 as need to be up early tomorrow to catch train to ...
... day. Leigh and I got to go on a few of the big rides, albeit solo, but they were still fun. The park was great and our hotel convenience with the special lift entry was brilliant. Makes us want to go back, but to my favourite and the original Disneyland. The hardest part was the currency exchange. Same price as all parks but obviously paying 24.99 in USD (at the moment) isn't so bad as paying that in Euro. It's the weekend of birthdays so ...
... check-in wasn’t until 4pm and
I was there at 11.30. The guy behind
reception was a bit grumpy but he let me leave my backpack there and gave me a
map of Paris. It meant that I was
exploring straight away. The hostel is
right next to the train station in the Montmartre area. I headed out to see the Sacre Coeur Basillica
which was impressive and grabbed some lunch in Pigalle.
Then I walked over to ...
It's a sad day. We pulled into Copenhagen at 4:30 this morning. Time to leave our home for the last month. I went up for one last breakfast, and a quick walk around the pool. Donna slept. Didn't want her to know I was suffering major anxiety about today, and the next 12 days to come. Today we have a two hour flight to Paris. It is the first time we flown in five years since she became sick. Not ...
... the afternoon after a 3 hour train ride from Marseille. Our first few days were spent walking, eating and, I guess, just taking in the atmosphere. Our neighbourhood, Montmartre, is very much alive with the sights and sounds of Paris. We have found the fresh produce, the butcher, baker all just a street away. We are yet to go to the markets as the one that is recommended around this area is only on the weekend.
On Sunday, Doreen had a rest day ...