Alliance Hotel Paris Porte Saint Ouen
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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Waited a hour outside hotel this morning from 6:30am, bus is awesomely new. Driving will be 2 hours to Dover.
Passed Dover castle the largest castle in England, then we reached the immigration and security - apparently the fully treatment. I'm happy I got a stamp on my passport, six bags were chosen be scanned while everyone waited on the …
... and one with a washing machine. We went to the Paris Basilica, Sacre Coeur which is a rather large church. In the church, many saints have a small chapel dedicated to them. Man, were there a lot of altars and sculptures! We already miss every one and can't wait to hear back from you. See you when we get back to Australia! From ...
Today we had what we both agree is our best day since we left home. We went to Auvers-sur-Oise, which is a half hour train trip from Paris. We'd have never known it was so close if our friend Julie hadn't told us about it. Auvers is the small village where Van Gogh spent the last two months of his life. Vincent painted eighty works in the seventy days he lived here, before his death from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. His grave and his brother ...
... the most amazing stories, or try to pull some real scams but he does seem to be wise to them!
Walked to his car and watched him check people in, listen to their stories and explain why that would not work. Very interesting. Finally he was walking car to car shutting the doors for the ride back to Amsterdam. Said our goodbyes until the next time we get together and made our way back to our room.
... perfect for King Louis daily afternoon walks. I don't think you'll understand how big the area is until you walk around it yourself. It's bigger than Nana's farm! Which won't mean a lot to some of you but still. It's big. There's a big central fountain and several themed gardens and even a fountain show set to music! The whole estate is beautiful, but as an ego boost for showing off purposes, I can only imagine what the peasants working their fingers to the bone ...