B&B Creil Chantilly
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... I walked the terminal twice. The rain changed to snow. Our flight boarded on time for our 4:15 departure to Paris. Then we waited and waited to be cleared by air traffic control, hoping that we would not be delayed too long. We only had an hour and a half lay over for our flight from Paris to Casablanca. At 7 PM we were de-iced and moving to the runway. Note to self, leave one day ahead of ...
It was really interesting to see how the French decorate for the holidays. The lights and animations were fabulous, but it is totally secular. Their version of Santa is Pere Noel - Father Christmas. There are churches and cathedrals everywhere, but Church and State are very separate. Inside the Grand ...
... play. Aidan suggested we try the Saturday night mass. So we shall see. I also lit a votive for mom and dad as I thought they would like that. We toddled off to the archeological crypt that had ancient roman foundation material excavated under the church. Was interesting. We got directions to the elusive Saint's Chapel to see the stained glass. Up some more damn steps but wow. Worth it. Hopped on the RER to see ...
... a cup of tea. I also made up a little sign saying "Free UK USB charger" and put it on the reception desk with the charger Jess bought me, since I would no longer have access to any UK power. Since Paris has so many things and is so big, I decided that I wouldn't even try to visit everything - or even anything specific - I'd just do a free walking tour and see what happened. The ride to the tour start point was hectic. While the traffic wasn't as heavy as it was in Barcelona, the ...
... your pinky down either side of the bus ... but not much more. Las is Hungarian and says the Parisians are useless drivers. John our tour guide who is English says he is forever giving them the fingers while driving around with Laz (2 fingers, not 1 - have a story about where pulling the fingers originated from too). The Eiffel Tower is so much bigger than we ever imagined, like jaw drops sort of huge, can't wait to go to the top of it tomorrow! ...