Hotel Odeon Saint-Germain
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DAD - We went to 11.30am International mass with Grace and all the kids, was very nice although it was all in French. Came home to get a few coats to keep warm and then went to lunch at Cafe de Flore! It was lovely with my French onion soup the highlight it was delicious!! The end of lunch and trip home wouldn't have been complete without a trip to Au Petit snack!! JOSH - THE CREPES AWESOME AT AU PETIT SNACK!!!!!!!!!! Written by Will on iPod - Holidays In the holidays we went ...
... turns in small intersections in front of the oncoming traffic, ignoring the traffic light colour or that it's a pedestrian crossing. Sometimes it's a matter of shut your eyes, just go and prey they don't hit you. And be ready when the walking man turns green because if you aren't, the cars will impatiently push through regardless you have right of way. We then headed in to the city to finish seeing a few sites and do a little shopping for Jus as he didn't bring enough cool weather ...
After lunch we had gone to walk through Notre Dame. It was of course very busy with people but we did make a circuit of the inside. It is always so amazing to see something that grand and magnificent that is also so old!
We decided to check out the boat rides and see what the cost was. Way too expensive for us and so we decided to just keep on walking and just enjoy the exercise. We stopped at some gardens along the Seine and took a short rest ...
... lunch at the Bistrot Montsouris, a classic restaurant just outside the park's northwest entrance.
In order to reach the park, we rode the #82 bus to the Luxembourg Gardens, where we switched to an RER line for the ride to the Cite Universitaire station across the street from the southern boundary of Parc Montsouris. We did have an interesting experience upon our arrival at the RER station, when we reached a turnstile that required the ticket used for the ...
What a day! Left the hotel at 9.30am and got back at midnight, absolutely shattered. Headed first to our meeting point for bike tour, then as we had arrived early we found a very yummy patisserie for breakfast of fresh croissants and pain au chocolate. It is going to be very boring going home to toast and cornflakes! Met up with the tour guides for fat bike tours, and walked to their office to pick up bikes. Pedalled off into the streets of ...