hotelF1 Cergy Pontoise St Martin
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... about 20 to 30kms over the whole way, and you have to be careful crossing the roads as the traffic is always chaotic. A lot of people ride scooters around and even take them on the subway when they are going to work. They are also allowed to take their dogs on the trains. There were a lot of families around today riding their bikes through the city, even very small children, so I guess they become traffic wise very early on in life. There is a lot ...
... he had designed the internal structure of the Statue of Liberty and many bridges of renown. If his Tower was built he offered to put in $8 million on the condition he had naming rights and could charge admission for 20 years. He made his money back in 6'months by charging exorbitant admission for people to climb it and then thirsty and hungry wealthy folk had to pay exorbitant fees at his restaurant up the Tower. This restaurant still exists and is booked up ...
Pretty early start as had one of my bucket list items to cross off - HOT AIR BALLOONING !! In FRANCE. Had my hotel organise the driver yesterday, he wanted to leave at 4:30, that was no problem with me. He arrived at 4:55 and then we had to go via his place to get his son to fix his phone and then at 5:53 he suggests I call and tell them I'll be late. In the end I put him on the phone as his concept of 10 mins was actually 25. I didn't loose my cool but ...
... adjacent island, Ile de la Cite. A typical story of church edifice complex, it seems that in 1160 Bishop Sully decided his well used 4th century Saint Etienne Cathedral was a little old and needed to be demolished and replaced with a newer and better cathedral. He leveled the old church and in 1163 construction began. Judging from the completion date, around 1345, I’m going to surmise that the time and ...
... found a gold ring next to our feet.
Having bought our Bateau Mouche tickets, we decided to head for the Mecca of all book lovers, the famous Shakespeare & Company. Getting off the Metro at San Michel, we found ourselves in the midst of a very busy area, filled with bookshops and restaurants. A popular tourist area, to be sure, but very pleasant all the same. Shakespeare & Company, when we found it, certainly didn't disappoint. A ...