Hotel Champs-Elysees Friedland
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... We were warned numerous times about pick pocketers and to keep our belongings secure not throw them at the pocketers..Alan pulled his iPad out of his bag and unbeknown to him his wallet came out as well ....he heard some guy yelling at him but he just assumed he did something wrong again..but no some very nice and honest French guy was returning his wallet money and cards all intact...we figured the gods Sacre Couer were looking after him.
... to leave Rodin's Garden the security person called out that the pass had been handed in.
Day 1: arrive, meet Patrick (concierge) and acquaint ourselves with the neighbourhood. We're in luck, the summer carnival is on in the Tuilleries Gardens so promises of returning tomorrow for rides.
Get some groceries.
Eat snails for dinner!
Day 2: Hop on/off bus trip around the city to get our bearings ...
... us a while to find it. We haven't been finding that Google or Apple maps are particularly accurate over here. It was quite a large cemetery and had a really big gate etc. It was quite impressive for a dog cemetery. We just wanted to look at it as we'd never seen anything like it before. It closed at 6pm though so we weren't able to go in. We just peered at some of the graves out of curiosity through the gates. Some of them had quite large headstones and memorials!!
... remained in the car during the 30 minute transit under the English Channel. We exited the tunnel in Calais; 4 hours to Paris, and another hour crawling through heavy city traffic to Gemma and Marie-Helene's flat in the Montmartre district. Nigel and Catherine rented a 2 bedroom flat for the 4 of us within walking distance of the girls’ apartment.
... to make eye contact, because he'd follow us and continue to ask for money.
We went wine and cheese tasting at a member of the Rochambeau DAR chapter's home. It was so much fun. The Rochambeau ladies were a mix of Americans that live in France (and have for many years) and women who had French relatives that helped The United States during the Revolutionary War. They were such amazing women. The Cider Wine from Normandie was my favorite. The cheese was STRONG! I ...