Campanile Morangis - Orly
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... hopped the train for the days first stop. The cemetery. Yup, you heard me, a cemetery. To be specific Pere Lachaise Cemetery. Pere Lechaise if you are not aware is the final resting place of numerous people of celebrity status including the likes of Oscar Wilde, Chopin, Sarah Bernhardt, Georges Melies, lead singer for The Doors, Jim Morrison and the one and only Ticky Holgado. The cemetery is laid out in a very orderly fashion with signs telling each of the ...
... at me and snickered.
After lunch I got back on the Big Bus but this time on the B line which takes you through ther Parisians favorite part of town, Montmartre. That's where the Moulin Rouge is. So I didn't do much walking today. Decided to take a break as the sun was warm and sitting on top of the bus was getting me a lot of color. I will probably go back out tonight, and see the lights.
... so fresh. Then we headed to, where else, the Eiffel Tower. Gabby and I have quickly adapted to the metro system's, we're a little impressed with our small town souls. As soon as we stepped out of the metro it was clear that Paris had a lot more gypsies than Barcelona did. The streets where full of men selling all the same miniature Eiffel Tower figurines. They were so obnoxious and really in your face asking you to buy from them. It got to ...
We took advantage of every minute we had while we were in Paris. Mia decided she still wanted to go to the top of the Arc De Triomphe, so we headed that way. To get to the Arc you have to take a tunnel under a round about that is somewhere between 5 & 7 lanes. We then bought tickets to the top of the Arc. It is over 250 stairs and Mia and Ty did it with no trouble. The views were beautiful ...
London to Paris Leaving London before we have see half of what we would like to see we arrive at St Pancras Station, a large very high roofed Victorian looking station that has been modernised to specialise in International trains. Street level has ticketing, shops and passport and luggage scanning. The trains arrive and depart on a newly constructed level above this, still well below the roof. A very efficient process. Our train goes through a few small tunnels getting out of London. ...