Campanile Morangis - Orly
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Then I went on it like 8 more times. And it was more easy.
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It is the best theme park I have ever been to.
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YAY! Snow here we come. ...
... it was decided, that Mary and I should at least spend a few nights in Paris and be the classical energetic tourists.Flight plans to be made and Delta got the nod (and money) to whisk us from Louisville through Atlanta and on to Paris. Early Monday morning on Oct 13 with a couple of hours before we were leaving for the airport, good old Delta gives us a call to let us know our 8:45 PM flight from Atlanta to Paris was ...
We had a great night's sleep! Thank God, cause we had a busy day ahead! We hadn't got the coffee order right yet, much to Craig's despair. We had breakfast that morning at Cafe Brasserie au Petite, and first up we got a cappuccino which was served in a midi type glass with a mountain of foam. So next Craig ordered a double coffee, thinking that would be expresso with milk, but he got an ...
Today is the Assumption of the Virgin Mary, a Holy Day of Obligation in the Catholic Church. In France, this is a national holiday. So I spent my day in France at the Notre Dame Cathedral and it did not disappoint. Services went on all day so I probably did not get the tour to explain all the details and history, but was a great celebration that I will never forget. I am finding that although there are an extreme amount of tourists this time of year - prior to 11am is where ...
... old. A few years later the church investigates & makes her a Saint & martyr. I read the book The Maid last year that is the historical fiction story of Joan as if through her eyes. I recommend it highly & couldn't wait to see her statue when I found out about her shrine at Notre Dame. Grant sits in a pew & gazes in awe at the gold, the crosses, statues, candles & all that there is to behold. There is a sacred presence in the church that gives you chills. ...