Euro Hotel Paris Creteil
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... of the Orsey museum in 3 different directions. I spent the afternoon walking the champ de elise, shopping and eating crepes and cappuccino. Can't think of a better way to spend an afternoon....except maybe on Hanalei Bay!! Tim stayed in Paris for an additional 2 days of sightseeing while Dave and I headed out to Nice by train. Late arrival at 10:30 at night, the countryside that we did see was ...
... country at home it's very weird to go on a 50 km Sunday ride and end up in another country. Not that it's too obvious when you cross the border, although I did receive two text messages from Optus during the ride to tell me the phone rates in Austria and then in Germany when we returned. The ride was great, smooth roads, courteous drivers and nice gentle uphills and downhills. You may remember I mentioned King Ludwig II in my ...
... the line was too long and slowly moving to think about it.
As I said, the weather was perfect so the conditions for looking out over the city were ideal. What a beautiful city full of so many iconic and famous sights, and here I was on the most famous site of all, the Eiffel Tower. It occurred to me that everyday on this trip, in London as well, I see sights that everyone around the world recognizes. I've been going to these places every single day. ...
... Internet. Soon it became clear as mud why we were on the bus, because we passed several crews working on rebuilding the railroad. I felt some waves of sadness, because I was here, realizing a dream, but the reality didn't match quite enough. I wanted to be on my way to Santiago, but really we will stop at Burgos after 2 weeks. I wanted the full challenge of the pilgrimage but had made a compromise with Norm which I was ...
... atrium which is world renowned. Yesterday they put up Christmas lights along our street but have not yet turned them on. They promise to be spectacular. We came home for a little study and then, you guessed it, it was time for dinner, we had a reservation at Robert et Louise's, which is our comfort home away from home, a delicious steak for Meg and Rognons de veau for Laurie and a nice bottle of red. It's bedtime now after an exhausting ...