Novotel Paris Charenton
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Today we walked! After breakfast, we crossed the river again and headed towards the Eiffel Tower. There are some great activities along the banks of the River Seine-mazes, swing ball,table tennis, climbing wall, lots of stuff to run and climb on, cafes, boats, gardens, people running, skateboarding, cycling and roller skating. We played chess and walked past all the amazing palaces and museums. We went into the Petit Palais to use the toilet and had a bit of a wander ...
... at. The vibes were all up in the group and everyone contributed in some form or fashion. I honestly wasn't expecting what I got, world class grounds along with weather that cricket in pleasant to play in. My parents must be thanked for what I have done, they gave me this opportunity and I only hope that they are proud of what I've done. The cricket was played at a very high stranded and Caulfield won majority of ...
... the great view of the Duomo to the tour we took to Siena, San Gimignano and Pisa; and all of that great gelato! The Italian expression "tante belle cose" (many beautiful things) best describes my feelings about Florence, and the beautiful people we met. Now we're off to where it all began ... Paris!
The Air France flight to Paris was smooth as silk, and by the time we retrieved our bags and exited the arrivals area, our private ...
... occupies a place more important than the pope. Actually, she did not attend the ceremony to protest the friction of Napoleon with his brothers Lucien and Joseph. Napoleon's father, Charles Bonaparte, died in 1785. Maria Letizia asked the painter to give it a place of honour. In 1808, when Napoleon discovered the canvas completed in the workshop of David, he was enthralled, and expressed his gratitude to the painter who ...
... metro home. We said goodbye to the boys and they changed lines somewhere along the way, and Liz and I got off right in front of our doorstep. I quickly packed up my bags so I wouldn't have to do it in the morning, and we had our last night in our cute little apartment. My bus left at 8.30, so I was up early to get the metro to Bercy station. It was pouring rain, and still dark (European winter). I made it with heaps of time, and settled in for my 8 hour trip to ...