B&B Roissy Charles de Gaulle
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We had done some research and knew we were supposed to take the Roissy bus and get off at Opera. After we had picked up our luggage we went down to find the Roissy bus and get our ticket. Had trouble with the ticket machine but Robert was able to get it to work and we went and waited for the bus to arrive.
Got on the bus and found a place to put our luggage and settled back to enjoy the ride. It ...
... from a distance. Then through the jardins du Tuileries up to the Louvre. Lovely chairs around the edges of ponds in the middle of the walk which are free to sit in. No time to go inside Louvre today. Will have to save that for tomorrow. Then a short walk over to the love locks bridge. Didn't put a lock on as Octavia said the city was trying to get people to stop doing it as bridge was getting destroyed. Didn't stop the American couple with ...
... the fireworks. Around the corner from the hotel we can see the Eiffel Tower. We never contemplated joining the celebrations as the crowds were massive and the public transport system was not operating as normal plus there were many road closures. The fireworks display was spectacular with the tower used as the launching site for much of the display. After 20 minutes or so we retired and watched the remaining 10 minutes ...
... 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 ...
... then through a beautiful wooded area. An excellent AC/DC cover band belted out Highway to Hell in the midst of this forest which all added to the atmosphere. It was hard, and I was slow but there were some humourous moments, dozens of brass bands and Sth American drummers and rock bands lining the way. The streets were strewn with orange and banana peels and many competitors suffering cramp and injuries and as we headed back to ...