Grand Hotel Barriere Enghien
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... to anyone! It is not a good area! And then you will make another left and it is number 5." I could have married her, she was so sweet and caring. I'm glad I got lost because walking up stairs at night was quiet romantic and beautiful. It's not the same as stairs in the day time because of the old black lampposts that light the path. I enjoyed Paris. Though with all the metal and concrete the city always looked quite heavy. Like ...
... gorgeous and featured a stain glass window and beautifully carved doors and walls, not to mention all the marble. Several of the ceilings were painted with elaborate murals and there were chandeliers in every room. The wooden floors were very noisy so there would not have been too much silent creeping around in the house, although I suppose it would have had carpets and rugs on the floors when it was lived in. After walking over 20kms yesterday I have to admit I was ...
... them over to the other side? Oh duh, left side is passenger... I don't know how after two weeks I can't get this straight! We arrived at the airport and went through security, pretty thorough, but not a long line. We had breakfast at Frankie and Benny's, since we had plenty of time and then the boys could get pancakes. In the store, we bought some (what else?) Lucosade and diet coke for the plane. In the self checkout line it was brilliant because we could just ...
... We got in and I went to put the seatbelt on and he goes "you don't need to put that on" so I was like sick. We got going and went around the scariest and busiest round about in the world; around the arc de triomphe. We didn't die... Surprisingly... It was definitely way more exciting than a normal taxi that's for sure! The drivers name was Marco and he was an Italian stallion. Got out of the tuk tuk and went to find somewhere to eat; we went to a ...
... enough not to give succour to a man, they would surely not let a helpless animal starve to death. Both men and dogs look very well-fed, but I have to confess, we have not contributed to their cash-flow at all. Tomorrow is our last day in Paris. We'll probably have a sleep-in, but we have to plan our day carefully, so we make sure we don't miss out on doing anything important. We hope all you Mothers had a lovely day today. With love, Lyn and ...