hotelF1 Cergy Pontoise St Martin
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... either sit in a smaller room off to the side, where they have closed circuit TV and a translator, or sit in the main meeting with a pair of earphones and listen to the translation. Hannah wanted to go to the English language room, but Chris and I wanted to make the most of the experience, so we all sat in the main meeting. We happened to sit next to the translator. It was really nice to sing the hymns in French. The testimonies were wonderful to hear and it reaffirmed to me that ...
Today was a public holiday in Paris; some of the shops were closed, but there were also a lot open and still lots of people getting out and about. We had the best breakfast so far at a local eatery. I had eggs Benedict; yum yum!!! Next it was onto a bus and up the Champs Elysees to wait in line to see the Arc De Triomphe (The Arch). It was very impressive as is most of Paris. The queing up ...
... they had the best hot chocolate in the world.
We were not disappointed one bit! It was absolutely delicious! Incredibly
rich….but so delicious. After warming up
with the hot chocolate, we headed to the area of Malais (another suggestion
from Taylor) and spent the rest of the afternoon shopping around. We headed back to our hostel later that
evening and started the search for a restaurant for dinner. It was Friday, so we ...
... that he would leave his glasses or watch as security, and then he said he would swear on the Torah, I told him that this place is scam city and his story sounded like a scam and left him to start walking to his accommodation. The walk up the inside of the Arc de Triumph is the longest spiral staircase I have ever negotiated. The seat at the top was most welcome. It was amazing looking back down through the staircase once we had reached the top. The view from the top of the Arc ...
... Anna's new favourite shop, a perfumer store, with, I am told, the most amazing collection of smelly stuff. After wandering back through the north bank of the Seine, some cocktails and another great french meal we ended the night watching the Eiffel tower light show, before going to bed tired but very happy.
On our last day in Paris, we headed to the Arc de Triumph and wandered down the Champ de elysees before surprising Anna with one last gift, courtesy of Mum and Pete. We ...