Campanile Villepinte - Parc Des Expositions
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... a different bit of loveliness out each window. We checked out the gift shop, buying a few postcards, and then headed out into the cold forenoon. We decided to try the first restaurant we came to, and had perhaps the best meal we've had in Europe! Roast pork in a light mushroom sauce, salad, and amazingly light and fresh French fries, with a little beer and water. The view outside was as charming as the interior. We spent a chilly next while, as the shuttles take a break in ...
... I think they were meant to be skinny jeans. He was annoyed about that!). Eli, Michael and Kyria bought some food from a stall that was selling sort of vegetable wraps and crepes that weren’t like the usual ones. It looked almost like Jewish food – according to Eli. We left the markets as we needed to get to Chateau Malmaison this afternoon too. The boys needed to get more money out. Once they’d found an ATM, Michael went back to buy a pair of pants like ...
... with Nev & Pat Male at the Eurostar check in and headed for Paris. Steve & Max Bishop already in residence at My Hotel in Paris (Montmatre). Another dog box but clean - however the smallest bathrooms we have ever seen.
Unfortunately our first day in Paris was wet - caught the Hop On/Hop Off bus and did a 4 hour drive around most of the main sights - at least we ...
... Japanese man asked us for help (error!) and caused us to miss the train by seconds. Luckily they run every 15 minutes.
Shockingly enough (despite booking a hotel there) getting off at Villepinte was an error....its just a big carpark. So back on the train we went to Parc des Expositions. We found nearly every exit to the station closed and when we got on the street it was a ghost town of large avenues and corporate offices. We knew our hotel ...
... to the vertigo swimming around his head. We paused at this point and took on a great 360 view of the city and surrounds. It was a little hazy, but fantastic to get a more visual sense of where things are and match 2D maps with 3D reality. For a touch of authentic, we grabbed some pain du chocolat. Well, all except Liam...he wanted a chocolate donut. Way to go French, Boof. We then joined the next queue for the lifts up, and this was even longer than ...