BEST WESTERN Paris Italie
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Literally a min walk from the metro. Close to everything! Small rooms but love the shower!
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... about the longevity of the relationship for them. Our plans to visit the Notre Dame were thwarted by the long queues of people with the same view as ourselves, so we did a casual tour of the gardens surrounding the cathedral ( and visit a toilet out the back which was available free to members of the faith) and proceeded to get on the next HOHO bus which took us up to the Champs Élysées. This is a very impressive 3.5 km avenue leading up ...
... They told us a bit about the French culture and their way of working and how that fits with a Dutch company such as BCD. On a lighter note, she told us that there was some survey done about the happiest and unhappiest countries in the world, and the 'pessimistic' French were just after Afghanistan. Being engaged to French man, I can relate to this all too well!
On a final note, I have decided that the Paris BCD office is my favourite so ...
... awful: sparse crowds. We had front row seats. We then went to queue up for the Dumbo ride (there's no fastpass and queue time was about 15 minutes). In the queue, Zane fell asleep on my shoulder. When it was our turn to get it, I rudely awakened the poor boy! He enjoyed the ride, even though he was a little disoriented from his mini-nap on my shoulder. I thought it cool that the first Disney Zach ever did was the Dumbo in Hong Kong Disneyland.
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... did not think she sounded strong at all. Fortunately, the administrative arrangements to deal with Mum's passing while we were away had been put in place in case this did happen.
As per Mum's wishes, no funeral service is to be held and she is to be cremated privately. A family commemoration service will be held, probably in June. We are all relieved that Mum is finally at rest and in peace. The past 12 months in particular have not been good for her ...
... the Eiffel Tower just before 9pm for the light show. Spectacular. I'm not sure how this city does it, but it does it every time. Absolutely head over heals in love. The beauty and romance. I'm hooked. When one is in Paris it's hard to believe that anything could be ascu in the world, how could evil or bad will exist in a world full of baguettes and cheese. I need to prep myself for a day of eating and marvelling. Bonsoir! (Good night in French I think...) C & W ...