Comfort Hotel Bretigny sur Orge
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- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... went walking round and round in circles - not intentionally - to find this chapel place in the name of Saint Catherine and others who did miracles stuff. Mum found it moving. I really appreciated the chapel where they were doing mass. After that more walking. Nearly stuffed by this stage so after looking at these designer shops etc time to sit and quaff an ale. I swear these frenchies keep moving things around because we ...
... just means I'm going to have to go wander around Paris to find a place to buy a stupid SIM card, which is exactly what I wanted to avoid.
After some tears and talking with Amy (she's from La Crosse and in the north of France), we decided that it's probably best to just get a card for like a month and then switch carriers once I have a phone number associated with the bank. I think I can keep the same number but just switch carriers. This just ...
... Parthenon in Athens at about the same time. The Greek government is now very keen to get some of these things back, despite their disinterest when they were first taken. Maybe they could get them back and sell them. The cash would probably come in handy at the moment. The Venus de Milo didn't have any arms when the peasant found her, and these have never been found. Xavier says that art scholars have spent a lot of late nights trying to work out what her arms might ...
Up at 6.45am for breakfast and 8.15 departure. The bus trip was about 45 minutes with 10 mins with the driver being lost. The golf course was cut out of natural, lush green forest and was really beautiful. Stark contrast to yesterday. The people were welcoming, friendly and helpful and the clubhouse, while a little tired in some areas, was lovely. There was a lady in ...
... degrees. It eventually reached 16.5 by the middle of the afternoon. Our next stop was at Villers-Bretonneux. It was a lovely memorial and, because he knew where to look, Kent quickly found the name of FP Rogers, his great-uncle. His name was third from the top of a column and, as we couldn't reach it, we placed a poppy at the bottom of the column. We also wrote in the visitors' book and indicated why we were visiting the memorial. We next visited ...