Hotel du Parc Saint Charles
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... up despite forecasts of light rain all day.
The best ride was the Star Wars simulator which Ben absolutely loved and I marvelled at the building of some of the props including Robinson Crusoe's Treehouse.
The worse part was the fact that with French culture so many people were smoking around such innocent young children at a children's theme park - evening ...
... supposed to be next to each other, and preferrably adjoining. This is not want I had reserved or wanted. The staff was helpless to do anything.... So now I am in a funky, but beautiful queen single. Tomorrow, they will change me to a little bit closer room to the Campbells magnificent 2 bedroom, suite. Once, we settled down in David and Priscilla's living room, Robert handed me the next set of train tickets: Paris to Nice. These tickets were issued in the wrong ...
... about 40 minutes by train from Paris. Here, we visited the chateau and gardens, and also walked in the forest that surrounds the town, which is absolutely enormous. It has lakes and walks, camping grounds, places to do horse riding, bouldering (where people climb up massive round boulders) and lots of very old monuments.
We have been able to secure the apartment we're in until November 30 - so we are ...
... collection to the public in 1793. Shortly after, Napoleon renovated the Louvre as a museum.
Leaving the courtyard we cross Pont des Arts. My first comment to Ian was that the pedestrian bridge was "gilded" but as we approached the bridge to cross we noticed it was covered in "lovers locks". I have seen these padlocks on bridges several times in Italy and have been told people put them on major bridges all around the world. As we cross the bridge you can see Pont Neuf, ...
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