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 ...
... the samething as me, you need to allow at least 4 hours between scheduled arrival of a flight and departure of a train from central Paris, just to play it safe.
Here is the TGV websites: http://www.tgv.com/en.
Most trains to Annecy from Paris Gare De Lyon are direct.
... airport, discovering the exit and attempting to contact Neyla, I finally found myself outside the big windows of the Gare du Nord (North Station) which is where we had agreed to meet. Even then, our rendez-vous needed help to get it together. In the end, Neyla only found me while doing her duty as an honest citizen telling that stupid tourist to hide that computer while I was trying to connect to wifi. Then came the realisation that I was her charge for the day. Oh, the ...
... the chance to edit my comments and try to cut them down a bit, which I wouldn't do in real life. Oh, and there will be a few French phrases thrown in since that's part of the experience.
"Donc, c'est parti" (so, it's on!)
The French Quarter Of Kuala Lumpur Airport
I was alarmed to have the French language and culture sprung upon me before I had even begun the 12 hour connecting flight into Paris. As I waited at the departure gate, I ...
... along the route, Chris went downstairs to check on the bags as instructed by the conductor – no problems!
On arrival at Paris’ Gare de Lyon train station, we lugged our cases to the taxi rank and hoped to find a vehicle large enough to take us and our bags. A very friendly driver originally from Morocco named Carrier (I’m sure that’s not the correct spelling) said no problem assuring us that we’d all fit even ...