Classics Hotel Parc des Expositions
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... 2 way bw Paris and his favourite place to hunt (a modest hunting lodge in Versailles). Then he died and Lois XIV was very little , so the country was ruled by his mother (who was Spanish ) and a Cardinal (who was Italian). There were a lot of political problems, so he was moved around a lot. When he (hates Paris) was old enough he wanted to be safe and stay in one place and where he has good childhood memories so he choose - Versailles . He needed a big place.
... of the riders is one of the Louis and the other rider is Joan Of Arc. The tour finished there at the top so we I'd the knowledgable Chris goodbye and Jo and I donned our shoulder covers and went inside. As has been my habit this holiday every time I've gone inside a church I've taken the time to pray. Today I prayed a prayer of thanks, thanks for the blessing of good friends who have sponsored me on this break and thanks for a husband who ...
... so we needed to head back - it was 12.40. We made our way through the gates and back over to Disneyland Park. It is so magical walking through the park. It is so amazing how they set it up.
We headed for Casey's Corner where Winnie the Pooh should have been, but it was just Tigger. I still got to meet Tigger!! We stood in line for about 20 and minutes to get a photo with him. Loved it! After that we got a hotdog at Casey's Corner shop. And by hot dog, i ...
... coffee (Espresso shot, American, Macchiato – but no flat white). After breakfast, Kerry went out for a walk, doing a further recce of the neighbourhood while I went to the internet hub on the hotel's mezzanine level and spent time writing up a couple of the Dubai blog entries. Kerry came back with so many photos. There was a fresh produce street market less than fifteen metres from the doors of our hotel! This leaves our Farmers' Markets for dead. So much variety, ...
... Notre Dame Cathedral. My husband instantly mastered the Metro, and soon we were standing on Point Zero, the bronze plaque on the ground in front of Notre Dame's entrance, which is the center of France, the point from which all distances are measured. After spotting the famed gargoyle with his head in his hand through my husband's binoculars, we headed inside to tour the interior. While the mismatched/Frankenstein/patchwork quilt of Chartres was ...
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