Hotel George Sand
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... since I haven't been paid yet. I needed money in there so that I could recharge my navigo pass since it won't work starting in November. I also asked the bank what I had to do since I'm going to be moving. I just have to go into another LCL bank near me and tell them my new address and everything should transfer. Quite simple.
I then walked to the post office and mailed off my letters to everyone. I know I said I wasn't going to say when I sent them, but I was just ...
... boat finally set off (well after 9pm - I have learned that there the French operate on a different time schedule, almost as bad as the Italians!), it began to drizzle. We spent some time downstairs inside the boat, but eventually braved the elements in order to get better views (and photos) of some of the illuminated buildings and structures of Paris. I really wished I had brought my rain jacket along with me. Once the rain eased, I was able to use my umbrella as a shield from the ...
... so I can't turn around and drive the length of the street again. I'll have to attempt to drive around the block and come back. Jane is a big help and we are back in no time. Still nothing jumps out at us. No problem, we're in France. I pull into an area marked 'bus', behind another car, put my hazard light on and Rob gets out to search for the Europcar office. Ten minutes later he's back with information. The office is inside the station (which is why we couldn't see it) and ...
... With beer and bread and cheese -- all outside on the sidewalk tables! Life does not get much better than this!! After lunch, we went to Hotel 1 and got all our stuff and made our way to Hotel 2! Changing hotels via the Metro is not as easy as it sounds. Many stairs up or down (occasionally escalators, usually going in the opposite direction we are!). We have not fallen or tripped once, or gotten on the wrong train or wrong ...
... moon, and the ice-creams afterwards were apparently spectacular. Going home on the metro was another fun experience for us all, especially the kids. A man hopped on right when we did, set up his loud speaker to accompany himself and started playing the piano accordion. He played well and was a real showman. We paid him 5 euro (!) and sang along as much as possible. It was a real hoot :) Yes - another great day, together with the Marcus Betschel ...