EGG Hotel Gonesse
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... type decoration. Bit more of a meander along the banks of the Seine checking out the numerous bridges, some with murals and others with locks or intricate ironwork, sturdy stone banisters, statues decorated with gold - the variety is endless and they certainly love their bridges - there are dozens of them. The thick layers of padlocks on the bridges remind me of busy bees in the hive making honey. I love the way ...
... a little Kiwi sheepish but hey, we were in. So were many hundreds of others and we spent the next hour mosh pitting our way through the chambers of the palace. We were very relieved when we eventually found a way to be spat out into the garden. Not daunted, we went on to spend a great day happily exploring the rest of the estate and remembering the kindness of the guard. On Saturday we spent a wonderful morning at Musee D'Orsay. This art gallery is huge and is chocker with ...
... a couple quiet moments. I can tell he's a good guy though. Tuesday (4th): Total rush this morning, after a busy morning with Alex (he walked me to the subway), we said our goodbyes and i went back to the hostel as quick as i could. I was a bit late so took a quick shower and packed then had a good breakfast and went for a quick trip to sacre coeur. By the way i hate the guys at sacre coeur, they are so pushy and always talking at you, ...
... 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. ...
... for a while, I did a massive load of washing and then...
WE WENT UP THE EIFFEL TOWER!
It was amazing, Zoe was in her element! It wasn't too crowded and because we had pre-purchased tickets we didn't have to queue. The view from right up the top was magnificent, we could pick out the Arc de Triumph, Notre Dame, the Louvre and the Champs de Elyse. George loved seeing the height comparisons ...