Travel Blogs from Herblay
... dame, the louvre (we found a secret entrance and didn't have to line up at all!!!), canal cruise on the seine, climbed the Eiffel Tower, had a bike ride through Paris (someone else did the peddling while mamma and I did the relaxing), the old opera/ opera garnier, musee d'orsay, went on a bus around Paris including around the champs ...
... and that answered that. We decided not to go up the tower since we’d
be going up for dinner in a few days.
Instead, we hopped on the red open top bus and rode around
the city taking in the sights and getting a lay of the land. We decided to hop off at the Louvre.
We spent the rest of the evening at the Louvre. There are hundreds of rooms filled with art…it
would take days to see it all. We did a
sort of highlights tour, based ...
... in school and learning. There's something to be said about learning something and being able to apply that learning on the spot. I've studied Italian when I was in San Francisco in preparation for an upcoming trip to Italy. Retaining the skills I was taught was difficult because there was a 4 week gap between learning and applying the skills. Living here in Paris, I've ...
... The woman was in her 60's and she looked AMAZING. It was also reassuring that he was affiliated with Stanford.
So, the chin procedure was done in his office and went without a hitch. I was given one of those I.V. drips that makes you feel so good that you don't really care what is happening to you. When I came to, I was bandaged under my chin and a little puffy looking in the face. I ...
... any good Imray holiday is not complete until it has been analysed, discussed, and a list of the best (and worst) moments dissected, documented and announced.
Best Meal: well let's get things started with the most important thing first. Food. And the winner is...Napoli Pizza in Naples. Where else would you have it? Delicious, no doubt, but the added bonus that it takes your attention away from the stinking piles of rubbish that litter the ...
Other places to stay in Herblay
Rue Rene Coty, Herblay | 1 star hotelfrom $44