Balladins Aulnay-Garonor-Roissy Confort
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- Non-smoking rooms
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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... Like true Parisians, even if just for a day or two, we took our time to savor the lunch, and it was about 3:00pm before we started walking to Les Invalides which is the complex that houses the tomb of Napolean. We spent a some time at the museum there, mostly in the section with the display of artillery and armor. Then we went to see the tomb itself which is housed in a magnificent building. That was very ...
Since we were out so late last night (eating dinner at 10:30), we decided to be lazy today. I went to a couple of yarn stores this morning - one was great, the other not. I hope to check out a couple more and then I'll decide what I want to buy. :-) When I got back we went to lunch at a cafe just down the street. Steve had a Croque Monsieur, which is like a grilled cheese, but with more cheese melted on top. After lunch we took the Metro ...
... of Roman baths). We had a fabulous pork dinner with roasted potatoes and salad. We had dessert, but at the moment I can not recall. :( Our last activity of an extremely busy day was to take a boat tour on the Seine to see the monuments lit up and from the river....gorgeous! The ride was about an hour long. One of us even fell asleep on the boat...maybe more than one of us. It was so relaxing and the perfect way to end a long, adventure filled ...
... the Diana theme of the past few days, the driver pointed out the tunnel where she died as we passed through it. Mum and I thought we had gone through it on our first visit. We hadn't. I struggled to contain my excitement. I'm in Paris. And then there was Ethel. She was to the left, to the right, in front of us, everywhere. The Eiffel Tower was like a beacon guiding us home. Before I knew it, we were in familiar surroundings and I recognised the street ...
... Hans and Jo were also staying at the same hotel and had arrived in Paris from London this afternoon. All of us went out to dinner together in St Germain at a traditional French restaurant where we finally tried escargot (snails - let's just say that they were better than oysters!) and Alex and I shared fondue Savoyarde and raclette with bread, meat, and potato. After dinner we parted ways and said goodbye prior to our long journey ...