Holiday Inn Paris-Charles De Gaulle Airport
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... long. The sky is clear and from 30,000 feet we can gaze down on America's mid west. Earlier the captain pointed out the Grand Canyon down to our right. Photo opportunity, for those seated like us by the right window. At 17.30 by my watch, which is pretty meaningless time-wise except in measuring my day, it is dark and we are flying over somewhere big, maybe Toronto. At 18.30 I put in earplugs and don an eye mask and try ...
... with a taxi man for a ride back to campus!
have to say Paris was an incredible success.
We made it to all the main touristy things in three days, ate all of the
classic French food we had promised ourselves we would eat, and also more than
we promised ourselves we would eat! As I am reflecting on Paris, we have just
arrived in Greece for what will be another fun trip!
Until Next time,
... we were ordering but what we did order was great and a glass of Kirin to wash it all down. It occurred to me that I hadn't thought about what to wear next year for Claudia's wedding so back to Printemps. No luck with a dress for the wedding but did find another DVF number! Laduree macaroons were calling to have with our cup of tea, delicious. Dinner at Les Canailles just around the corner. This is a truely neighbourhood bistro. We ...
... an unsafe situation to be in the midst of. Keep in mind this was only just past 10:00 and we had 13 more hours ahead of us. The main crowds hadn't even arrived yet, but I knew they were on their way. We were in NYC for New Year's Eve this year and the crowds there were more contained and managed that here. I went back to find the girls and we went into the "queue" and I use that term loosely, for Thunder Mountain. The wait time posted was 15 minutes, but it ended up being ...
... on that looking over the Tuilleries Gardens. Eli and I had panninis which hit the spot. Then we continued wandering through the fair and had quite the sugar overdose with fairy floss (in the old-fashioned way on a stick!), churros, lollies etc!! At the end of the fair was the ladder which twists around. You have to try and reach the top and you will get 100 euros. It looks easier than it is. Mike, Kyria and Eli all had a go and failed. The guy in charge did it ...