Comfort Hotel Airport CDG
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... This area of Montmartre is also filled with erotica and sex shops. Couldn't peel Aidan away. Ha ha. The train crawled up the hills and inclines to the precipice and the view was stunning. We went into the cathedral and mass was in session. Almost like an advert for the Roman Catholic faith. Wonder what that bishop thought as he was saying the mass and the hordes were tramping up and down the side aisles. The interesting factoid about Sacre Cour is that ...
We had rung the doorbell and I guess that was how he knew we were down there waiting to get in. He was surprised to see four of us standing there. We assured him they were friends and we were the only ones staying there. Was worried about our luggage and on the way up to where we were staying, he gave us a key to a storeroom where we could put some of our luggage if we wanted to.
... get propositioned by gay French men! Back to the hotel in the Metro line 4 which was conveniently just across the way from Notre Dame. Some cold drinks in the bar - local beers for Brad and Pepsi max for me while Brad updated the photo log and me the diary. Something casual for dinner I think and a discussion about how we will spend our 'free' day tomorrow. Have found out where a laundromat is though as needing to get some clothes clean. Went to an ...
... of gargoyles, the French military impressed us with what seemed to be their entire Air Force flying by.
We then walked along the scenic Seine River to the Louvre, and opted to appreciate the beauty of the building from the outside, and spent the afternoon at the Jardin Des Tuileries, which offered wonderful and much needed outdoor activities for Thomas. It has a fantastic children's ...
... experience of Parisian traffic, sitting in a car park for the best part of an hour.
Our first port of call was once again the Gendarmerie where we had another rehearsal, thankfully sounding better than the day before. Part of our repertoire is Ash Wednesday, and Julie Lee has made a moving video of still photographs to tell the story of the music (the fires of Ash Wednesday). We spent time rehearsing to the video to make sure the timing was right, ...