B&B Roissy Charles de Gaulle
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Transferred out to Roissy de France, a village of hotels out by Charles de Gaul airport. Easy journey by metro (€9.75) out to the airport and then a free shuttle bus to the hotels. Went back into Paris to meet up with Anthony for dinner. Had a very nice evening and then made our way back to the ...
... buying our lunch that we are 100 metres under water. Train was travelling at 300km per hr and as we came out of the tunnel it is rainy. Arrive in Paris at 3pm with our driver Rathi waiting at the exit gate. Stuart loves my arrangements for getting to the hotels. ( see kids it pays to get all the mark downs at woolies) . On the way to our hotel, Rathi takes us thru a short cut past the Louvre, this ...
... silver. Poor Lynn, I apparently stole her color cause that's what she was going to say. Well... I guess it is Briana's turn to blog. Auf Weider- wait... Au revior! - Bridget Today we woke up with no Lynn and Sue, so we got ready and headed downstairs for breakfast. There was another family from Utah that my mom was chatting with. Moms are so social. We headed out to go to the chocolate museum. There were a lot of instruments used to make chocolate. There were also ...
... first purchase. I was impressed with all the 'outfits' I saw in the street and continued on towards Notre Dame via the famous lock bridge where lovers claim their eternal love by locking colourful locks to the bridge and then throwing the key into the river. Much to Cats disappointment we didn't have a lock on us.
Notre Dame was an impressive cathedral. As an European church snob who has been to the Vatican I couldn't help comparing the two (I know that's not fair) and was ...
... gallery where the Mona Lisa is displayed we decided it would be better to return that evening. The room is huge, but it it was impossible to get anywhere near that smirking beauty. All that was visible was a sea of upraised arms with cameras attached, and the top third of the painting, and all of that from some distance away. It looked more like a press conference for Brad Pitt and Angela Jolie than it did an art gallery. Time to go. We had a much nicer visit ...