B&B Roissy Charles de Gaulle
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Up and showered by eight. Then had coffee and chatted with Gabriel while Amanda ate waffles and maple syrup. Set off for the airport at 9.00 having programmed the GPS lady; it was a route we knew and once on La Cienega Blvd. it was a straight run to the car-return depot and an adjacent gas station to fill up. Five minutes on the shuttle bus and we were in line to check-in by 10.00. Security didn't take long and then we had ...
It had been over 30 years since we last saw Marie-Berthe. A Parisian native, she sort revenge by walking our two feet to stumps (a little imperial joke) Every tiny alley full to the brim of wonderful stuff, every amazing art nouveau building, the head stones of Jean Paul Sartre and Simone De Beauvoir (complete with kisses -but as neither Frank or I had any lippy about our ...
... blocks looking left at every corner and sure enough, we saw it. Holy ****. The sheer scale and enormous vanity were overwhelming. So were the hordes of tourists. Especially the pushing bus loads of Chinese. It made the viewing less enjoyable. But the marble work on the interior was simply beautiful. We headed out to des jardins (garden). Interesting term for miles of parkland, sculpted, trees, manmade canal, ...
... for fish, vegetarian, chicken, beef and vegetables so we can choose an item based on this and some other easy to recognise words, and treat it as a bit of a surprise. Ordering is difficult, it's guesswork at the pronunciation, and the wait service is either good and helpful, or More likely, u feel u are wasting everyone's time. The good news is that people assume we will pay- unlike Scotland where we always had to pay in advance. The bad news is that the ...
... delicious. While sitting in the little dessert shop of sorts we noticed how cruisey everyone around us was. No one rushes in France. I actually think I might want to move here, although the language thing could still be a problem. Back home to bed with an alarm for 10 to watch the soccer. Woke up to alarm but couldn't get eyes to stay open more than 15 seconds at a ...