Comfort Hotel Paris-Bastille
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... can still be as filthy as France. All along the highway coming in to Paris there was rubbish everywhere by the side of the road where people just throw anything out of their cars. The closer we got to Paris, the outskirts and the suburbs, it wasn't just rubbish out of the cars, it was masses of household rubbish dumped on every piece of available ground. Graffiti was also very bad. The streets of Paris were also filthy with dropped litter everywhere. The last time ...
... 8:00 when I arrived, which is usually the case, so I left my luggage, but took my cameras and went for walk. I walked down to the Louvre Museum, enjoying the play of the bright yellow light on the white stone buildings and bridges of Paris. Then I walked east to the island on which the Cathedral of Notre Dame is located, and contemplated the Concièrgerie, part of a medieval-period castle that served as a prison during the French Revolution. It’s ...
... of it survives. The site has been excavated
and they have models and a very clever digitised reconstruction of how it would
have looked. It was a fascinating visit. Later in the day, we went
for a walk around Macon which has its share of narrow, medieval streets and
magnificent old buildings – including the 13th century Old St Vincent Church,
the relatively modern (19th century) Church of St Pierre and ...
... could finally get a table at Le Comptoir - Success!
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We're out at CDG at the moment just about to hop on our fight out of here - the end of the trip is night odd to ...
... airport. Two or our young ladies in Paris live out to the east of Paris near the Disneyland resort. Because of the amount of traffic coming and going on that line, and the economic importance of it, things are always arranged for those trains to run normally, even during a strike. So those young ladies had no trouble arriving.
We were eight adults and two children for the service, including one man who is new to our present fellowship, though I met him 35 years ago ...