Comfort Hotel Paris La Fayette
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... 8217; went unanswered. We did have a fun discussion on how society has changed, the sculptures and artwork showed generally full sized women and very fit men, yet people watching provided overweight men and skinny girls.
From the Louvre we headed to grab our bags as 5:30 had rolled around very quickly. We were a little early and got to the travel agency to find it locked and dark. Panic slowly set in the closer it got to 6pm (which is when we said we’d pick ...
... know you enjoyed my other French blog entries, and I am sure this one brought more than a tear to your eye!! You definitely need to find a way to get back here one day! I still remember seeing the movie with you at Fox Studios, and the funny American woman who was learning French and spoke it with such a terrible accent in that last short story sequence, sitting having her baguette picnic and talking about the Eiffel tower. Even watching that brought a tear to my eye! Paris, Je ...
... treats, like eclairs, tarte citron, and macaroons. Yummy yummy yummy! On Tuesday we hired a car and have driven out of Paris to a place called The Somme. We will write more about The Somme in our next blog. Willbee wonders if any of you have heard of The Somme and why it is very important? I know you are going on holidays in an few days and Willbee and I look forward to sharing the rest of our adventures with you when we get back to Australia. From Miss Jeppesen and ...
Our arrival in Paris saw us back at Charles de Gaul airport which did not generate happy memories for Sarah, having been pulled aside for a personal security "pat down" and full on bag search whilst in-transit to Croatia. This time she remembered to smile and say "merci" to the security staff and we passed through untroubled and with all our bags accounted for!
Patrick met us at our apartment and quickly set up the girls in front ...
... in the increased weight added to the bridge and what stresses added. Leave Crew Vella @ the Louvre, place M-L on the bus, take one last pic of her as she may never be seen again! I hit the d Orsay. We have four hours all to do our bit, we then meet up and report in. M-L took the safe option and stayed on the bus, she reported that it suited what she was looking for with a quick snap shot of the surrounds, liked the opera area within the Madeleine district best. On ...