EGG Hotel Gonesse
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... 20m long barrels, that could deliver 1 tonne shells into Kent, 40 km away. With the cloud cover, fog and sea mist our visibility was approx 5 km - therefore no White Cliffs of Dover, though Kelly played the song. We meandered along the coast south for another 20 km through farmland before a stop then towards Abbeville, deciding to stay off the main highway in parts to see the smaller villages. ...
We are slowly working this city out. D'Lene has mastered the Metro and we are getting around much easier. Having problems finding things to cook from the supermarket as they are so limited in what you can buy. Good news is that the supermarket around the corner sells french bubbly wine at 4 euro a bottle and its great stuff!
Visited the Arc ...
... I finally found the right apartment and got the key and apartment instructions off the owner. Next it was time to wait for my friend Kate (Aussie currently living in London) who was due to arrive around 11:30pm....by 12:45am I was starting to get worried and could not contact her.....the movie 'Taken' flashed through my mind. Feeling slightly anxious as to what to do next I went down to the road to see if she was wondering in streets unable to find the ...
... time, it was 1:30 in the afternoon, and our stomachs were growling loudly, so we wedged ourselves into a table for two on the terrace of the Cafe Aero. The place was very crowded, yet the staff had orders moving around at the speed of light, so we were served within minutes. Our meals of quiche and fish were very good, the bread great, and the prices pretty reasonable.
After lunch, we walked back to the Monoprix ...
... store here. That looks a lot more like a Kroger or Fred Meyer - they've got kitchen gadgets and some clothes as well as a large selection of food.
The hostel I'm staying in is actually in a very Jewish quarter in town - there are a ton of extremely Orthodox Jews here - you can tell because the men are all wearing the yarmulke and tallit? with the strands hanging down the outside of their pants. It's pretty ...