Hotel Etoile Saint-Ferdinand
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... we are too nice!
Musée D'Orsay was a very nice museum, and although we know next to nothing about art (we really needed Veronica with us!) we both really liked all the sculptures, and Van Gogh's works.
After a much needed coffee break, we headed to the Arc de Triomphe after the sun went down. After another 295 steps climbed, we enjoyed nighttime views of the Paris skyline. For those of ...
... except Museum) are only around for functionality purposes.
Anyway, we started our first meeting at the Antwerp office with Dan De Boeck and Tina Mattheeussen, VPs of Global Client Management in the EMEA region. Their team basically takes care of all the Global Accounts at BCD. I was in awe of what they do. We had a culture shock each week on our trip going from culture to culture and region to region. I cannot imagine what ...
... I asked for a transfer to the Disneyland Hotel for 4 adults and 2 kids and luggage. He said it would take about 10 mins for the car to come and cost 15€. That's about the price I expected to pay, so I told him to go ahead.
While we waited at the reception, all packed and ready to go, we were entertained by a huge horde of Indian tourists. There was noise and chaos all around us while they waited for their coach to arrive. Felt like home, haha. Anyway, ...
... it was a clear day an dit was surprisingly warm at the top. The numbers of visitors was incredible - you can only imagine the revenue generated.
The architect of the tower back in the late 1800s accepted Paris city father's offer to fund 80% of the cost of building the tower - about $30 million in today's money. It was reported that he recouped his money in just 6 months and he had accepted a 20 year lease on the visit rights. Good deal !!
... I decided to my French to a minimum keeping to a strict French language diet of Bonjours and Mercis accompanied by a general look of hopelessness and pointing. We passed through Normandy, through the fields where many a man lost his life during the trench warfare in the First World War. We passed graveyards saluting there bravery and cementing there honour in the rich countryside. Our tour leader, Sabrina, not to be confused with the teenage witch, gave us ...