Classics Hotel Parc des Expositions
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... we can but dream of such things). Most of the trees lining the roads are Poplar and it is the Poplar wood that is used to make clogs. We also saw a McDonalds that had a McBike from which you can rent bikes (no good for me though, I would only fall off). They did have bikes on the ship but they were rarely used by passengers. Gunther, our Cruise Director didn't come with us on this journey to Paris, but instead he took the fast train which does Amsterdam to Paris in ...
... beautiful in Paris. We had an early dinner at a restaurant and had a first test at the French menus! - did ok - spaghetti Bolognese is the same in any language. Off to Euro Disney tomorrow for Charlies birthday - an early start so im logging this away and will write again with some photos. We have been away 1 week now and its been so much fun so far! Hope you are all ...
... hostile to her husband’s beliefs. She didn’t understand them and they upset her habits and her family’s traditional beliefs. Gradually she started to notice the positive difference these beliefs made in her husband’s and their family life. Eventually she started asking questions and checking on answers herself in the Bible. Then she began attending church services. A few years ago, she started sending me e-mails with questions, ...
... stately home".
It was lavishly decorated and the craftsmanship was very impressive.
But, with small, dark rooms we thought it rather gloomy and definitely
not homely! Then it was onto a truffle farm where the owner and his dog
gave us a demonstration of truffle finding, followed by truffle butter on bread
accompanied by a lovely French c******nay. Interestingly, most of
the Aussies said “I’ve gone ...
... close eye on their handbags and backpacks. It was amusing watching people standing on the many light sconces around the courtyard, so that one of their companions could take their picture as they appeared to be touching the top of the Great Pyramid in the centre of the courtyard.
Prepurchasing my ticket meant that I could use the priority line to get in - much faster than the long line that again stretched around the courtyard and into the inner yard. I descended the ...