Balladins Aulnay-Garonor-Roissy Confort
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... off buses we finally arrived in the Clichy district, in front of the Moulin Rouge theatre. We had an early lunch in the Moulin Bis cafe immediately across the road from the theatre before proceeding on a slow and steady documented walk up the hill, past the house Van Gough lived in for a number of years to eventually arrive at the Basilique du Sacre Couer (Basilica of the Sacred Heart). This beautiful church ...
... I'm sure it wasn't as bad as it would have been in June. There was a service on when we went inside and they had a lot of signs asking that people be quiet and not take photos. So, obviously, everyone was loud and kept taking pictures, even of the worshippers. Ridiculous. Once back outside, I got off track with my "walk" and so I gave up. I watched these two little German boys completely torture their mother for no reason other than their amusement. They were about ...
Early start today, 5:00 am. Our bus was leaving the hotel for the airport at 7:15 am. We arrived at the airport or as I call it spaghetti junction. I have never seen an airport that is so large. We had to be at terminal 2E which was on the third level of about the fifth hangar so the bus drive through the cris cross of road to get us to our terminal was interesting. The Paris airport is very big with many oval shaped buildings. I ...
... Unfortunately I was feeling so tired that I was not really able to focus on the art. Chris, on the other hand, got a commentary headset for 5 euros and spent the next two hours going around the paintings, riveted. He especially liked the Impressionists and post-Impressionists, and his favourite painting was the Monet oil of the British Parliament building in the fog at sunset. I was really happy that he discovered the fascination of standing in front of a painting, being ...
... sunshine. After lunch we walked across the Seine towards the Musee d'Orsay. The pedestrian bridge over the river turned out to be the new "bridge of locks", where lovers attach padlocks and throw the key into the river. (The authorities banned attaching locks to the original bridge of locks in 2014 after the weight of the padlocks almost caused the bridge to collapse!) Of course the new bridge of locks had ...