Residence Cosy's Cadet
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... The tomb has an eternal flame and it was surrounded by flowers left by people who had come to visit. Although a symbol of remembrance of those wars it has also become a key symbol of Paris and the French people, like the Statue of Liberty or the Empire State building is to the US. When Hitler invaded Paris he drove tanks and his regiment through the arch as a clear symbolic message to the people. There are several archival prints of Hitler's visit to Paris after ...
... fountains and gardens as well as the buildings that surround them. After our visit we headed to the Seine. We came across a dock where all sort of pleasure craft were moored. Greg loves boats, reading about them not really sailing them and pointed out old canal boats and special type of boat used in the English Channel for fishing in he 19<sup>th</sup> century. We walked along the Seine until we came to the Louvre ...
... to do next. Te food was not served to us, but instead on a tray toward the end of the café. Do we go and get it or not? Do we stand or sit in these tall coffee tables? Once we get our food, do we get rid of the rubbish, or leave it? Were we meant to tip? It was all very daunting. For the most part, we figured it out, and then took the 50minute walk over to our hotel, passing over the Seine and an island before getting to our destination. After all of this, we were well into ...
... during the torch relay…cool! right??.. WRONG! The city was in turmoil with "Free Tibet" protesters who were very much against the Chinese 'tyranny'… Anyways us "Debbie Didsburys" (blond rooted, small town folk) ended up being smack dab in the middle of it all. I'm sure that if I were to find that Euro 2006 photo album, all I would see in the background of my pictures would be the French Army Bomb Squad and people bloodied up ...
... the Downs, I could see exactly where I wanted to go, but no clear path to get there, thick bush and private property seemingly blocking my way. Losing sight of the cricket ground amid the bush that enveloped me, I was just about to give up when through the trees, an un-intended Mecca emerged...one of the finest damn beer gardens I have ever had the good fortune to see (and I've seen a few)...Fulking's Shepard and Dog Inn! When in Rome, as they ...