Comfort Hotel Paris Est Saint Maur
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... to central London to return the car, no damages or chips, all good. On the way we called into Henley to see the rowing course and the river Thames from a different perspective.
On to the Eurostar for a fast and quiet trip to Paris. It really is much better than flying......City centre to centre.
We made our way to our little apartment near the steps of Sacre Coure. ...
... was rising as the crowds became more and more aggressive. For those who may not be aware, Disney only owns approx. 40% of the company which operates non-USA theme parks. This is more than evident with the quality of the brand here in Paris. Staff presence is minimal, and certainly not to the "Disney" attitude of being "HAPPY & MAGICAL." The park is not nearly well maintained as US versions. Garbage could be seen scattered around the park, in ride queues, on rides, floating ...
... easy to see why. As the Americans say " You get a lot of bang for your buck". Having said that I haven't had the pleasure of visiting Disneyland.
I had stocked up at our local patisserie with lunch and a softdrink, so I took the advice of the organisers who recommended that you spend a number of hours looking around the grounds until after 3pm when the crowds looking around the rooms of the palace were not so large.
Eiffel Tower first thing in morning. About 20 min wait. View from sommet and other levels. Clear day, 75 degrees and sunny Walk to Louvre Quick visit to Orangerie to see monet lillies Lunch in Tuileries Garden Walk with Paris Greeter. Metro back from Montmatre to Lovre Best of visit to the louvre Dinner....beer and onion soup 13.45 miles Train strike. Metro still working. Taxis on strike as ...
Well we made it. After an exciting drive through the countryside of south-western France we battled traffic in Bordeaux and just barely caught our bus to the train station. We grabbed a quick sandwich for lunch at the station then hopped onto the high speed train for Paris, a very smooth ride, but hard to catch much of the countryside, looked green and yellowish. After a couple changes on the subway we found our cute little nook of an ...