Cosytel Roissy Goussainville
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... obviously close by by just out of our line of sight. We wandered down to find that the band was playing inside the gardens of Les Invalides, and that several hundred people had gathered inside and outside the gates. Groups of taxi drivers meanwhile, all smartly dressed, were standing in groups near their cabs. Each cab carried a sign on the door which referred to Marne. It turns out that we were watching history in the making, and that the French were commemorating ...
... and the Napoleonic Wars. Beneath its vault lies the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier from WWI. Interestingly the arc is so large that some dude flew a biplane through it in 1919.
We had a fine dinner and French wine at Yuppie's Cafe on the Champs Elysee :)
Bedtime was always fun because we all had books from Shakespeare & Co. that we enjoyed reading. And of course I worked on this blog.
... headed off on their adventure in another direction by train to Euro Disney. We felt after 2 previous visits with the girls we had had enough of Minnie and Mickey so we headed off alone for a little holiday in Prague.
Never made it there when we lived overseas as Australians needed a Visa back in the 80's and 90's and it was always too difficult or the wrong timing or....
You are never going to believe what happened next.....
... out all the places we had been. We then raced back down to the floor level. We were then booked to go on a sightseeing cruise around paris - so we boarded that and sailed down the seine. After we finished here we headed up the bank to get a perfect shot of the Eiffel Tower. We then carried on and went to see the Arc de Triomphe. This is in the centre of the craziest roundabout and we were shocked there were not more crashes!! We then took a stroll ...
... a second. But I guess French people don't shout to each other across the street, because as soon as this nice man got to our side of the street, he said (with that warm and welcoming French accent), "Lina, ma niece?" Oh, how relieved we were. We had been gotten off the plane almost two hours ago and we had already feared for our safety. Going into his and his wife's home was the best thing in the world. We ate croissants, drank REAL milk, and had many conversations in ...
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