Grand Hotel Barriere Enghien
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... we'll try again.
A quick break at the apartment before we head out again, hoping to reach the Père Lachaise cemetery before the sun goes down, but we get turned around at the door, as it is closing time. That's okay - it's only two blocks away on foot, so we'll definitely try our luck again here another day. As we head back own the street, we catch sight of a couple of guys attempting to climb out over one of the back ...
... in our 30" square cubicle (but excellent water pressure!) and then a bit of time downstairs to access wi-fi, the only place it is available in this hotel. We're behind in publishing for this reason; hope to do some catching up soon. Then we found a place for a bit of breakfast--excellent coffee, freshly squeezed orange juice, fresh baguettes and a ham and cheese omelette to share. Life is so hard! Our plan is to try to follow one ...
The wonderful thing about good friends is you can always pick up where you left off ... Two years since I last saw Eliot and 6 years for Jane ... the sisterhood rocks ... talk has turned from Universities and graduations to careers, relationships, weddings and travel ... and thats just the kiddies ... Paris was stunningly warm and beautiful, the Luxembourg Jardin was blumen perfect ... Jane didn't disappoint with her beautiful purchase ...
... chamber and her bed was a Queen size bed and it had lots of pale colours and gold. She had flowers on the wallpaper.
My third favourite rooms were the princesses rooms, They had a sitting room and a bed room but they did not sleep in their bedroom. I wonder where they slept?
When we went out of the place we wanted to look at the garden but it started to rain then we went on the train. It broke down.
... for duty the next morning. Unbelievable loss. The teacher from Newfoundland presented a moving memorial on one of theses soldiers. The site included many cemeteries and monuments. Much of the site has been preserved - many of the trenches still remain. Josh and I had the opportunity to walk through one of the trenches. This put into perspective for us as to how deep the trenches were and the amount of work required to dig it. ...