BEST WESTERN Gaillon Opera
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... the door at the end of the carriage does not open when the girl expects it to, and so she moves from side to side a bit before launching herself at it dramatically… then someone leans around her to press the button.
Ads soon falls asleep and I do too a bit after. We wake up in France.
Check in time at the hotel is not until 2pm so I suggest we take a trip on the Seine as something to do without carrying our bags around, and so we head for Les Bateaux Mouches. ...
... have to go by underpass which has only two entrances, one is at the direction from Louver and the other is in direction from La Defense. And when you want to go up to the Arc… you will see the waiting line in underpass.
I saw the next place few times till now, but I can’t see it know, which direction to choose… What is the direction to the Eiffel tower… it’s to the left, but there are too many streets in this direction. I have ...
... or kids on the train and we dreaded finding out Disneyland maybe closed on a Monday. Fortunately we discovered it all just starting to open as we arrived. Once we got in Nat insisted our first stop was space mountain so as soon as we were able we rushed there and didn't even have to wait to get on. It was amazing! It aas pretty dark so you had no idea which direction you were going to be rocketed in ...
... Did I say Montmartre? We might have actually crossed the border into Mali or Senegal! No sooner did we round the corner on Barbès Avenue than we were plunged into an entirely different Paris: the Paris of north and west African immigrants, of makeshift street markets where women in colourful headdresses hawked vegetables and meat, and male vendors vied with each other to sell us fake Chanel bags and questionable electronics. It really ...
... at the far end of the route, at the Trocadero. This is a big open square, with views of the Eiffel Tower and Paris skyline. After taking photos, including a selfie with the Eiffel Tower in the background, we had a short walk to cross the Seine, where we lined up for the cruise. This was a big boat, and held lots of people we had a window seat, but the window was closed and it was hard getting photos without reflections! The cruise was good, ...