Campanile Gonesse - Le Bourget
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September 22 Monday Brugge - Calais - Abbeville - Paris A cool overcast morning saw us head off on our last road journey with Sue driving today. A quiet start for our drive to Calais, where we watched the ferries depart for Dover. We followed the coast south for 20 km to Cap Blanc Nez, which after a short walk up to the monument there were 3 large German concrete bunkers that housed 406mm diameter ...
... was the almond croissants we had on our first day from the little bakery across the street, Le Moulin de la Vierge. We've gotten either a sandwich or a treat from them every day this week and have yet to be disappointed! Tonight we will bid au revoir to the Eiffel Tower and pack up our stuff to head home early tomorrow morning. This trip had been a wonderful experience and a life-long dream realized for mom. Thanks for coming along with us on our trip! Merci beaucoup mes ...
I arrived in Paris at 9:30pm after a 14 hour drive on the bus from San Sebastian to Paris. I was a little overwhelmed with going from a city with a population of 180 000 to 2 200 000 and along with still recovering from Pamplona festives I didn't have the energy or brain power to negotiate the metro to the Air B&B apartment I was staying at, so for only the first time in months I got a taxi to my accommodation. After a few wrong knocks on apartment doors (the doors ...
... could be heard from miles away, as we happily avoided climbing 100+ stairs! We found ourselves at the Place de Costa Rica, an intersection of several streets, one of which is the rue de Passy, where the Monoprix and many other stores and cafes are situated.
Now on level ground, we strolled along rue de Passy until we reached the Place de Passy, where there is a nice cafe we remembered from our trip back in 2008. ...
... the concept of "conditioner" for hair is almost non-existent. For someone with extremely curly hair, conditioner is almost essential for being able to comb my hair after a shower. I ran out of the little bottle I brought with me after my last shower and didn't see any in the first few stores I looked so I thought I might have to do a "no conditioner" experiment for a while, but I did manage to find some at the Monoprix - the ...