Classics Hotel Parc des Expositions
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... kept stepping in with the giant chocolate sticks and we couldn't weasel our way in. We were standing there for a while trying to get our chance, but by the time we had it, the ladies announced they were done for the day.
At the Swiss chocolate booth, Camile Bloch, there was a chocolate making demonstration and tasting. We were handed a bunch of free samples, and then went to buy some bars. I asked the older gentleman helping us what one of the boxes was, he ...
... really wanted to do was go to Disneyland. We got up bright and early one morning and hopped onto a packed train with all of our luggage and set off to the land where dreams come true. We checked into our new hotel, which according to the Internet was only 5km away from Disneyland (lies) and set off on a mission to have the best day of our lives. Well... This is when it starts to get interesting. First we asked the lady at the hotel where the train was to get to Disneyland, ...
... riders approach us, they're making a less-than-90-degree turn around the bend, so they slow a bit. The road is cobblestone and the sound of their wheels is impressively loud and allows you to "feel" their speed and power.
Looking down the course to our left, the spectators are 7 or 8 deep and one group has a large British flag in honor of Bradley Wiggins and Christopher Froome who have dominated the Tour this year. It's nice to see quite ...
... all this just to keep the tourists at the Eiffel Tower under control. Not quite.
A huge screen had been set up in the Trocadero to broadcast the Euro Cup final and several thousand people were sitting on the grass for the action. Ah, the famed soccer hoodlums! Vince was very excited about the possibility of street photography that would include brawling and tear gas, rather than fashion. We debated whether the French would back ...
... a day of non-stop walking! I wish I had a pedometer!
We also bought dinner, a giant baguette, lunch meat and cheese; all for under $10.00. We are going to eat this with the wine we bought yesterday and hopefully see the Eiffel Tower sparkle tonight; it's suppose to rain though :( It pouring right now so hopefully it rains itself out so we can go!
Last day in Paris tomorrow!
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Pets allowed