Hotel La Coupe d'Or
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel La Coupe d'Or Lisieux
Travel Blogs from Lisieux
... I don't want to sound too confident here, but I think Josh and I have finally become quite sufficient in using public transit here in Paris. I love how efficient the trains are! I have yet to see any train or bus run behind schedule.
Now it's time to relax with a glass of wine, and plan out our day for tomorrow. Only one day left in Paris before we head to Beaune! We have to make the most of it!
NO MATTER WHERE I LOOK THERE IS HUGE CHURCHES.........TWO WERE CLOSED,BUT THE BASILICA IS OPEN, AND IT WOULD TAKE YOUR BREATH AWAY. SST THERESE FATHER AND MOTHER IS THERE AND THE ARM BONE OF ST THERESE. WHAT A MAJESTIC CHURCH IT IS. IT IS SO GRAND THAT IT DEMANDS YOU TO STOP AND REALLY BE AWARE ...
... thinks "WTF am I? The last time I was turned on I was in Canberra." Understanding this we pulled into a parking space qbove ground and waited until Bertha (our GPS) had figured out she was in Paris (a long way from Canberra) and was about to leave for Lisieux. Once sorted she was on her best behaviour and we had a fairly easy exit from Paris and were soon zipping along the French highway to Normandy. It was somewhat ...
... at this hour. They all watched us, their heads following our movements like a crazy freak show just came into town. And let me tell you, all they saw were two stiff lasses kick in tent pegs at rate never seen before. We set up in fast forward. In my mind I pictured Tracey doing a Jack Nicholson moment bowing with her arms spread and eyes popping out of her head, loudly spraying GOOOOOODNIIIIGHT! But she just squirreled into her sleeping bag, I joined in and we were out for the day. ...
... he figured he was to save much $$$$$ armed w/ this new info.
Alas my lunch w/ Les had to end, but we planned for another get together in Paris and one in good ol' Hermosa Beach, where she'll be visiting later this summer.
Mike and I crossed the bank of the Siene to take in St. Chapelle. Small, but gorgeous and the stained glass is beautiful. We tried to take in the nearby Palace of Justice (Mike was anxious to see the inside museum torture chambers