Hotel Champs-Elysees Friedland
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... to the bus, the metro, and shops with easy access to all the tourist venues.
We stopped at the bar across the street on our way to the hotel. Diane wanted to enjoy a glass of Armagnac (Oldest brandy made in France) before she left, I enjoyed one with her. Some of the others had a drink of their choice. We had a few nibbles with our drink and then we didn't have to worry about dinner that night. Back to the room to have a hot shower and ...
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- Which sandwich do we choose? Quite a wide range of choice: Sushi, Rolls,Sandwiches......
Paris - Our home for the next five nights. Not the biggest of rooms and NO FRIDGE to keep the Beef cold.
- What shall we have for tea? - Very apt Poussiins cooking at the end of the street in where our hotel Les Trois Poussins is!
... trip I went to the station to get an exchange/rebooking done. All the SNCF trains leave from 5 or 6 of the big stations in Paris like Gare St. Lazare, Gare de L'Est, Gare du Nord, Montparnasse etc., so to get the exchange done I had to go to one of these stations.
I was completely blown away when I arrived at the station. I've never seen anything like it in my life. The SNCF stations are huge and is a cross between an airport, ...
... and I had spent a lot of intense time with each other and it was time not to cram anything more in. I still had a bread roll from breakfast and I had bought an apple while out, so that became my dinner. I will need to be up quite early again tomorrow to catch my train to Geneva. Back to Swiss francs, but just for one day, then back to Euros and Italy. On rereading this to pick up typos, I noticed that the day often reads a bit in reverse. No matter. Hope it makes some ...