Hipotel Paris Pere Lachaise Republique
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... was excellent and really helped us to imagine what it would have been like during the war. If you’re looking for a place to stay I would recommend our hotel, the Mercure Omaha Beach, as the service was lovely, the location great and the facilities modern and well kept. Far too cold to try out the outdoor pool though, so I can’t comment on that.
This was our last night in the countryside ...
... But saying that it’s not too bad and some things like transport are cheap. 1.8 euro and you can go anywhere in the city – in Auckland you would ************* a bus for $3 - and if you buy food in the super markets its OK.
Have been lucky with the weather. Fine for the first two days and hot. Thursday was rain in the morning but cleared to a nice day. And it wasn’t raining in the ...
May 1 is a holiday, and many attractions were closed, so we took a walk to visit Notre Dame Cathedral, Sally is absolute sure she saw Christine Baranski also strolling around the church wearing very large dark sunglasses on a dull and rainy day. Not out of the realm of possibility since she had just been in London for a performance of 'Follies' a couple of days earlier. We also went up to Montmartre to the Sacre Coeur Cathedral, ...
... days. After a couple of hours of wandering through the different halls looking at items from across the ages and hand painted ceilings that are truly remarkable, we head off for lunch at a local restaurant.
Can I just say, French Onion Soup made in Paris is divine. It's warm and hearty and seems to just taste so much better here.
After lunch we wander through the shops in the Opera district, fighting the ...
... city on the other side of the highway is where all the immigrants have been pushed etc. There is a lot of volitility there. During the WWI the war was played in trenches, so the citiies weren't touched. In WWII the German's occupied but did not bomb. The legend goes, a German solider was told to bomb Paris but he disobeyed the order. There is a movie about it, Is Paris burning? So everything in this city has been around for a very very very long time. The bombing ...