Classics Hotel Porte de Versailles
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... end of the night and that is close to 9 miles! And this was day 1!
After a lost luggage scare (no worries, someone else took our suitcase by mistake, but came back with it as I was starting to make reports with Delta) by our group and Tennessee, we were off to the Hotel Ibis in Issy, right on the periphery of Paris. We dropped our bags and headed into the city for a quick walking tour of the Latin Quarter and Ile de la Cite.
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... church spire in the world! Cheyenne, Stephen, and I climbed to the top of it to see the view. After breathing heavy and becoming dizzy from the many stairs in the spiral staircase we got to the top and saw how incredible it was! After that we headed down and back to the bus for a packed lunch from our cook (Frau Strobl). We then got back on the bus and headed to Metz for our overnight pit stop. Metz was our first real French city that we arrived in. We had dinner as a ...
... This is the longest bus ride so far. We just finished watching the divinci code and now Tricia is playing cards with other travellers. She's becoming a card shark. Tonight we have a Paris city bus tour planned and dinner out. Tomorrow we do a bike tour, free time and a Cabaret show. As soon as we hit the French border Mademoiselle Tricia came out and is practicing her French. I think these next two days could be the best ...
... more world talks re current situation. We feel a little cut off from world affairs, which might be a good thing, but obviously a lot of talking happening with world leaders. Back on the green bus route before another tour!! We just love it so much we wanted to see the favourite sites of Paris. It was a very warm day on the top level of the hop on bus. Traffic was much heavier with many of the big roundabouts under ...
... galette. Evan was very uncertain about the snails, but actually enjoyed them. He was less fond of the terrine. Go figure. We shared two mains: sea bass with risotto and vegetables and gnocchi with a Lyonnaise sauce and crawfish. Both were spectacular, but Evan enjoyed the gnocchi the most. We passed on dessert as it was getting late - the French are in no hurry to eat - and took the metro back home. We were all exhausted from our day and glad to see our ...