Best Western the Hotel Versailles
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Not too bad a day today so Sarah and Ali went off to the a louvre while I caught up on emails, washing and Tim delivered left over champagne. Lunch at home, you never get tired of baguette, ham and cheese! Then off to do some shopping for dinner. Everyone hanging out for a quiet night at home. So roast chicken, baby roast potatoes, green beans and roasted trussed cherry tomatoes. The kids went off at 5 to visit the Eiffel Tower and Garry and Chris came around for a drink ...
... the wounded and refugees. The taxis, following city regulations, dutifully ran their meters. The French treasury reimbursed the total fare of 70,012 francs. "This famous episode of the First Battle of the Marne is well documented by historians such as Barbara W. Tuchman in her Pulitzer Prize winning book The Guns of August and Georges Blond in The Marne. Their arrival has traditionally been described as critical in stopping a possible German ...
... feel too knackered to go to a restaurant tonight and we don't feel safe walking around here at night, although there are a lot of people around some of them are dodgy looking! I've taken my necklace off because Rob saw an elderly couple this morning and she had a raw neck from where someone had tried to snatch her necklace, bit scary! Tomorrow Louvre first up then Dads walk up to the Arc de Triomphe which we will climb, maybe a Senne boat cruise ...
... pressed up against the glass watching the ground disappear below them.
Once up there the views were so amazing that it was easy to lose the fear, and just take it all in.
It is such a small deck up there that I walked around it about six times, and didn't realise that I'd taken about four similar photos of the same views every time I went round. It was special being up there and I am in awe ...
... which were in most of the rooms. Even the kitchens were amazing and included their own butchery and had rows of gleaming copper pans on the walls. Apparently the merchants pulled up by the kitchen in their boats to unload their produce. On the way to our accommodation for that night we called in to a small village that was home to a chateau that features in three of the TinTin books. Needless to say the gift shop which was superior in terms of its ...