Hotel F1 Roissy CDG PN 2
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... commentary about many things French. Not least of which was that Madame Pompadour was number 1 of 300 mistresses for Louis 15. My envy was somewhat dimmed when she disclosed he suffered from a "vigorous disease". Obviously thoroughly deserved! Also,Marie Antoinette stood on the Executioners foot. In return she got a used blade and had to lie on her back to watch the blade falling. Pretty petty I'd say. Mumsy was very brave and made it to the top of the ...
It wasn't until we got off the Eurostar and began walking through the train station that it hit me - we are now in a country where English isn't the main language. And the Parisians are very pedantic about visitors at least attempting a few words of French before they'll speak English. Quite a weird feeling - I must admit that I did feel a bit lost at first but before long I had my "merci au revoir" to an acceptable level. Very warm here also although as soon as we stepped out ...
... is actually a whole lot better than Moet so a couple of glasses were in order, it may have been 9am in Dubai but i am sure it was champagne time somewhere! Got in three films and a lunch. The wine list was better in fact a fairly decent Chablis with my chook. Landed at 1.30 and it was very quick to get through customs, driver there to pick us up and we were in our apartment unpacked and settled in by 3.30. Including a trip to the cave ...
... was fun to see the other parts of Paris, of course not so glamorous as
most of what we saw was the rural city edges that look old and run down. When you arrive at the stop for Versaille,
you really can’t tell you are about to see something amazing until you get off
the train and walk a few blocks. Then just as you round a corner and clear some
park area you get your first glimpse of the Chateau and like everything else we
have seen, it ...
... we navigated the Metro to the Marais District. It's an interesting area with a fascinating history and a great variety of small shops tucked away in its narrow strrets. We'd also read about the Musee de la Chasse et de la Nature - a museum devoted to the history of hunting, and decided it was worth a look. The first couple of locals we approached for directions had never heard of it, but eventually we found someone who was able ...