Campanile Montesson Le Vesinet
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... time to get ready, so I need to get up at this time. Basically, it was a struggle and I left a little late. My bad. Also, somehow the RER A was delayed this morning. It was supposed to show up at like 9:01am and got delayed until 9:07am, which isn't long, but that delays all the other trains trying to get into the station. I'm not sure what happened, but I'm glad that it was still working because I was not about to take a bus for an hour to get there.
... acclimated to the public transport system. I thought my mom was going to pass out the first time we rode the Tube, but she soldiered through it (and I was so proud).
During their first weekend in town, we took a tour of Her Majesty's Royal Palace and Fortress, known as the Tower of London -- a historic castle located off the River Thames in central ...
... s I would have booked a trip to Orlando any time between May and November. We had booked a travel and ticket package through Disney and this morning we left our hotel, caught the metro and four stops later we were at the stop where the motor coach picked us up for the trip. The ride took 45 minutes and we arrived just in time for 10AM opening. We stopped long enough to take the required photos of Sleeping Beauty Castle before heading over to the Phantom ...
... Musee D'Orsay, and Musee Pompidou, and the second being Paris museums. At national museums, you had to pay for entrance, but at Paris run museums, they were free. After a little bit of walking, we had a quick visit of the St. Paul church. We went to a couple different places, that we would normally not go to, which is a great thing about the greeter program, because they know the area very well. One of ...
... have free admission. We're going to have a go at getting into the Musee d'Orsay, checking of course that that is what we are queuing for, and if it's all too crazy, we'll do something else, and pay the admission on a later day. It will be interesting to see what the crowds are like. It's a good thing for Wok that he's happy to have me along on this holiday, for two reasons. First, the entry to our appartment block is a huge, heavy wooden door. It opens off the ...