Classics Hotel Parc des Expositions
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... brief 5 minutes on the hour in the Paris sky, would make anyone’s face light up with joy and delight. It certainly brought a tear to my eye seeing it again. We returned a few nights later after our bike ride, with our picnic of cheeses, pate and a bottle of rose, and we sat in the park below the Trocadero and watched the 9 and 10pm sparkle, before walking all the way back past the rest of the sparkling lights of Paris along the Seine to our house boat. Oh what a night!
... of horns, bikes & motorbikes everywhere, the flaming noise! After check in we walked around the corner to a supermarket & picked up some essentials. Found Le Genie on Boulevard Beaumarchais & had a few French Beers & watched the world go by. Stopped at the corner eating establishment for the most amazing chicken tikka followed by a cheese platter & washed down with 2 glasses of bubbles. 70 Euros! Welcome to Paris! No photos ...
... plants at midnight then at 10 to 4 am. 16/9/2014 Tuesday Believed it to not we went to the top of La Tour Eiffel today. We caught the train to our guide & you should have seen us staring at the machine trying to work out how to get the tickets out when suddenly we had a flash of inspiration you could change the language. It was much easier to follow instructions in English!. Fortunately we didn't have to climb the 1800or so steps.but just went up in 2 lifts. ...
... we got back to our apartment in time to get our luggage and to meet Tim. Two hours later we were at the Randle. The Randle is the name of our barge. The barge is where we will spend the next week cruising through the Burgundy country-side. Our three crew members were Gail, the super great chef, Nicole, the activities director, and Tim, the captain. After we got settled in the boat, we walked through ...
... I found really interesting was an embroidery: someone had found a letter written by Marie Antoinette (the last French queen), and made an embroidery that looked just like the letter!
Sacre Couer was HUGE, and really interesting inside, but we weren't allowed to take photos because it's a church so everyone was busy praying and they thought photos might ...