Comfort Hotel Goussainville
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Dear all. Today we woke up to showery rain. It had been forecast, but of course one always hopes the meteorologist might be wrong. Wok and I had planned to go to Giverny, to Monet's garden, and we decide to stick with that, hoping that the rain might clear. So we took ourselves off to the Metro, then caught the intercity train to the station nearest to Monet's home and garden, then a bus for the last few kms. The ...
... to a new Dentist but she was so gentle and professional, I feel very confident, even though it is a slightly different process. Around the corner from us is a museum called Carnavalet, the history of Paris, it has some quite alternate collections as in 16-18th century street signs, I hadn't realised people couldn't read back then so everything had to be visual. There were artifacts from the ...
... of days. The cathedral was really cool from the outside very gothic. Inside wasn't too bad and had lots of colourful glass. We jumped on a boat tour also that went around all the major attractions including the Eiffel Tower and the louvre. Got some decent photos and met a nice couple from Australia. This killed the whole day pretty much and we had to get back to the hotel and get change quickly for dinner. We headed ...
... area. The hotel staff had told us that the bus route is more convenient, but as we haven't mastered the bus system we took the safe approach. The Metro really is so convenient and efficient, even when one has to travel on three different lines to get there. The maximum waiting time, even off-peak, is five minutes.
What we weren't prepared for when we got there was the sheer scale of the operation - far more massive than when we last ...
... was great to drive a little in the town of Versailles. It is such a cute French town. I could spend a looooong time there just eating, shopping and walking. After making sure the parking garage would take my Visa card (I was surprisingly low on cash) I walked about 5-7 min to the palace of Versailles. It is amazing!!! Everything is decadently dripping in gold leafing and intricate details and that's just the outside. ...