Balladins Saint Mard/Roissy
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... didn't help. But made it to the right place. Made our way to the hotel. Got the key. Went up to the room to find that hadn't made the beds! Went for tea while they did that (that was average). Went for a walk to find a dairy open but nothing (they have no tea making facilities!). But with a view of the effiel tower lit up made it ...
... the other side of the road.
After resting we chilled with some wine, beer and really yummy cheese we had bought at the supermarket while we made some plans. We finally made it back out the door and headed to the Seine, admiring Pont Alexander III (very ostentatious), the river and the crowds enjoying a beautiful summer's night. We strolled through the stunning Tuileries before heading back in the general direction of our apartment. We ...
... watch the rest on TV in our air conditioned room!! Which we did! We feel that we got our money's worth (tickets today were $45 E each) and we thoroughly enjoyed our days at RG! Wish it had not been so crowded, but.... What a great experience! Soooo glad that we got to go! Walked to the Eiffel Tower after watching some tennis. My belly was really hurting. Maybe de-hydrated?? Drank lots of water, ate at a little cafe and of course, we had beer and wine! Crashed early ...
... If I had to choose one race of people to overrun the US, whites included, I'd choose asians. Seriously, look at seoul or tokyo; it's like peering into the future)
-Was thinking about how much easier doing this trip is in 2015 than it would've been as recently as 1995. Doing a trip like this 20 years ago would've been way tougher, when you consider:
1. We have cell phones so you can call family back home anytime in case ...
... lost in the Latin Quarter and St. Germain. I got so lost I kept going in circles, not getting anywhere. So I headed to the water. At a park right by Shakespeqre and Company I choose to go to the Rodin Museum. I had heard such good things about the garden, as most of his works are there. It took 2 transfers but I got there. The metro is great but there are a lot of stairs! The 2 stations I was in were brutal, but I saw 2 old ladies in front of me and ...