Hotel F1 Roissy CDG PN 2
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Dépanne pour pas chère!
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More site seeing! It's been cloudy but it's not raining. Were off to check out the catacombs. The cemetery's were getting overcrowded in Paris and starting to become a health risk for near by residents, in the 1700s. It was the decided to relocate all the bodies to a abandoned mine outside of town. The idea caught on and over 6 million dead were moved into the mine, from cemeteries all over Paris and from the hospitals morgue. Paris grew over the mine but because of their existence ...
... yesterday and I was so pleased to have a cool morning with a gentle breeze. I told Gail she did not need any kind of wrap as it was lovely. As we walked it was definitely a bit cooler, even overcast---but no! now it was becoming a good bit cloudy. and then a wee drizzle. Not to worry, we are tough, even with our warmer clothes and umbrellas back in the hotel, I had my passport, what more could we need? Well, a lot more to be honest! so on we go, ggot to the SIM card ...
... didn't carry over from one land to the other. Perhaps for someone who has never experienced true Disney magic, they may find the park to be a good experience. But, once you have been blessed to really feel welcomed and at home at Disney like we have on more than a dozen trips in the past decade, this park falls short on all areas of the spectrum. Our visit to Disneyland Paris culminated a year long Disney adventure for our family. Last August, we visited Disneyland California ...
... life I want to live and what I want to characterize it. You look through a crowd here and wonder what decisions and actions they've made to get them to this moment. It's invigorating, overwhelming, and inspiring to know that I have the whole world to create this life from. It also has me constantly in awe that Jesus has been the author of each of these stories.
Daily I'm also reminded me to take life one step at a time. I was trying to navigate through Amsterdam ...
... as it looked decidedly better than my sandwich! Oh well. Tour of the cellars which was fabulous and they had these teeny weeny tanks for fermenting their TBA (dessert wines) I loved them. Another glass of Riesling and we went in a bus to the next winery, Kloster Eberbach which was brand new purpose built but underground! Amazing. Didn't see anything above ground except a couple of glass buildings and then down we went. The winery had a vineyard growing over the ...