Hipotel Paris Hippodrome
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... up above. We walked about five blocks and took a short regional train back to the train station in Mainz. The only difficulty I experienced was trying to use the restroom. It cost one Euro to enter and I simply could not get the machine to print me a ticket to enter. Finally, I snagged a German man to help me.
From there we rode our first train out of the region about 40 minutes to Mannheim. This train crossed a rural area that wound through very ...
... we went one stop , then the line had works going on so we doubled back to Charles de Guille Etoile, then onto Chalet. From chalet we transferred to the airport. We arrived at terminal 3 only to be told that the train will not be going to terminal one, we disembarked and went to get on a bus, we then waited in the line and after about 20 minutes we were then told to get back ...
... Lisa, which was taken behind a thirty deep crowd, I might let the pictures tell you about my visit to the Louvre.
The only thing I might add is that when I when I arrived at 9.30 it was a small queue to get in and only took about ten minutes. I was thinking about heading out of the museum at about midday to grab some food and a drink but when I saw the crowds queuing to enter at that time I knew it would take at least an hour ...
... to see me, we must go in and catch up with him this week. It used to be just a champagne bar, but he had to change it as he wasn't making enough money and now serve other wines and food so well. Up and ready for a phone call this morning after the best sleep. Had made an arrangement to have a telephone meeting to discuss French wills. Allotted time came and went before I realised its tomorrow! So better get organised for whatever today will bring! S ...
... Melbournian de rigour black. Being a fashionista goes with the gaze. I dressed in a black jacket Jenny suggested I buy for the trip. It's probably not up to Parisian standards but its cut well and more importantly does the job of keeping me warm. Now I'm not sure if I was imagining things but the gaze did feel a little more intense today than other days when I've just had my T shirt hanging out. I even caught a few smiles which isn't always forthcoming with the ...