Comfort Hotel Chelles Marne-La-Vallee
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Paris airport. In the morning, in the rain, four hours sleep. Half awake I make my way off the plane through the airport, onto a train to take me to 'E' area. The signs are good and then run out all letters but E. There is a sleepy assistant, I know how she feels, who points the way. Off the train at area E and through security again then out into the duty free area. Shoppers heaven at a price. All high end ...
... the time, the painting was believed to be lost forever, and it was two years before the real thief was discovered. Louvre employee Vincenzo Peruggia had stolen it by entering the building during regular hours, hiding in a broom closet and walking out with it hidden under his coat after the museum had closed. Peruggia was an Italian patriot who believed Leonardo's painting should be returned to Italy for display in an Italian museum. Peruggia may have also been motivated by a ...
... Michel!! Anyway, we finally did get to Concorde, and walked from there! Lovely, ended up at a bar for a soothing white wine, and all walked in our own directions back to the hotel, to meet in the foyer at 7.15 to leave to have dinner at Chez Denise tonight. Now off to change and clean up! Had a message from poor Gill in Scotland, saying it was pouring with rain and cold - she says, come back, the spell has ended....but the spell is now working in Paris....so ...
... and it was Nicks shout,he got the beers for 5 euro.After a couple more we headed down to Maccas for very late lunch and then on to catch the train ,when we arrived back there we discovered the protest was still going but had grown in numbers,pretty big now,so Michael decided to join in,you had to be there.(see video and photos )Protest was concerning Russia and the Ukraine goings on and I just seen on TV that there was some drama but not where we were. ...
... iron arm rests. They were broad enough for menopausal bottoms but so shallow and steeply raked my legs were sharply bent and my knees jammed into the backs of the people in front of us. I sat sidesaddle for the first number and turned my head sharply to the right to watch the string quartet open with the most sumptuous slow, sweet notes. This severe turn of the head aggravated my pollen-filled throat and that's when the dry cough ...