Comfort Hotel Cergy Pontoise
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... have been re named Crush's Carnage!! It was a loop the loop roller coaster in complete darkness. I hated every minute of it and Theo managed really well but made us promise not to ever take him in it again. I felt sorry for poor Ella who was sitting next to him and reassuring him all the way. We then thought we had pulled a blinder when we ran to Ratatouille to find Charles holding places for us at the front of the queue with Sebbi. We were then ...
... let hundreds of tourists in when they were not supposed to, resulting in many armed guards ushering us away with their machine guns! We decided it was time to move on and walked to the nearest metro to head over to Montmartre. On this exciting and crowded ride a very large man started yelling at another calling him a pick pocket. Of course Sam was right in the thick of it while we we all a bit separated on the train...we did escape ...
... hot, lentil and feta salad, green beans with almonds and sesame and a chicken mushroom cocotte. Plenty of bread, two glasses of wine each and the same price as the trendy hotel cost! hmm think we know which one we will go back to! They even served a table of four at 11.15 as we were leaving. Nice local joint. We had a nice sleep in this morning, big lunch at George V so needed to rest us. Will report on lunch tomorrow. Hope your weekend has been fun! Steph ...
... for a horse and carriage at the Louvre, and a close up at the base of the Arc de Triomphe. Overall,the tour was full of interesting stories,facts and information. Our bus tour ended at the Arc de Triomphe. We crossed under the dangerous intersection where 12 avenues meet, the place Charles de Gualle, to see the tomb of the unknown soldiers. It really is a moving monument. It was originally commissioned by none other than Napoleon ...
If he had only known
How the years would fly on by
Such a simple crime, he's run out of time
So he reaches for the sky.
He sees the stars above
As the floor to heavens light
While the angels taunt, "C'est une nuit blanche"
He's a Frenchman for the night.
I have a coffee table book at home. It is nothing but black and white photographs of Paris. I've glanced ...