Balladins Cergy St-Christophe
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... anything touristy, it is just absolutely full with people trying to sell you dodgy souvenirs - they're actually at you. I know that happens everywhere, but I've never seen it to this extent, and there is so much history and so many famous sites here, it takes away from it a bit and we got over it pretty quickly after a while. But it exists because there are tourists, and tourists can get duped. And boy were we today. Actually no, I'm not taking the blame for this, I ...
was probably a Gallo-Roman landowner. The other popular origin of
‘Sartoris Villa’ is the Medieval Latin word ‘exsartum’ meaning ‘estate
belonging to people who clear land’.
When in Sartrouville, visitors can visit nearby towns like Herblay, Montesson, ...
Following our wonderful wake-up coffee, fruit and pastries per Amy, we set off, via Metro, for the Louvre. It is here that I will mention that there are an awful lot of stairs down to these trains that hurtle through the underground, and so wonderfully often! but then there are more stairs to get back up to the street. Around famous tourist attractions one is treated to an escalator, ...
Paris was alive with visitors as our arrival coincided with The French Open and the celebrations of the D Day Landing in Normandy. Security was high, with the ever presence of armed soldiers patrolling the streets and main attractions. As in the past, our first organised activity in Paris was a walking tour. Gill our tour leader was a novelist, and an excellent story teller. We walked for four hours as he recounted the important historical events ...
We started are wonderful day at 9:00. We took a subway to Notre Dame for our walking tour. The 3 hour tour took us by the Louve, Sainte Chapel, Place de la Concourse, jardins de Tuileries, Grand Palais, Hotel Des Invalides and last but definitely not least the Eiffel Tower. We hiked up all 690 steps to the second floor where we got outstanding views of Paris. Along the way ...