Holiday Inn Paris-Charles De Gaulle Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... you just didn't go where they were, particularly swimming. He was very adamant I was still very brave. I went back in and told Brad who thought it was very funny! The waiter inside decided to give us a complimentary digestive because of Kylie. It was vey nice. When we went to leave Brad told the man outside that we ate crocodiles and I said we used the skin for bags, shoes and belts. He said Non!! We said Yes! He repeated how brave we were. Very funny ...
Transferred out to Roissy de France, a village of hotels out by Charles de Gaul airport. Easy journey by metro (€9.75) out to the airport and then a free shuttle bus to the hotels. Went back into Paris to meet up with Anthony for dinner. Had a very nice evening and then made our way back to the ...
In the evening we headed out again to explore our local neighbourhood, and loved seeing the families playing, people playing ping pong and boules in the local park, and seemingly the entire city at a restaurant or cafe. After a day of glorious sights and and the busy sensation of being continually surrounded by tourists, it was wonderful to see a glimpse of Paris life being lived by ...
... and personal with the tower, for a few minutes anyway. Many of us chose to enjoy a gelato while we wandered, although I understand those who had the rum and raisin were concerned that they may not be in any fit state to play later that night!
Having collected our families, we departed for the Conservatory of Music where our evening concert would be held. After a short sound check, we changed into our finery and listened to the Brass Band ...
... evening at a restaurant on the first level of the Eiffel Tower, called "58 Tour Eiffel" (roughly 58-meters above ground level). The seating is reserved for 6:30PM, so by the time we consume our foie gras and tartare of beef, the Iron Lady should be lit up in all her sparkling glory.
Also arranged for transportation to Versailles on Saturday for a tour of the chateau, fountains, and gardens. Hopefully the weather will cooperate.
Au revoir for now!