Holiday Inn Paris-Charles De Gaulle Airport
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... one, when we came up with the perfect idea of sacrificing our sleep to see everything! Now we are exhausted, but sacrificing sleep has been well worth it! Everything is beautiful, and on a trip of a lifetime you have to see everything, and sleep later! The plan was simple wake up early and leave for MontMarte, then travel back to come to the Louvre, on Thursday, and after changing hostels leave for Versailles.
I apologize for not posting last ...
... we did all this in about 4.5 hours!
After the Louvre (and a fantastic ice-cream), we went to Musee de L'Orangerie. It's quite close to the Louvre, next to the Jardin des Tuileries (when you see the orange trees in pots, you know you're in the right place). We couldn't see this last time we were in Paris as it was being renovated and I have always wanted to go there to see Monet's ...
... Paul saying "Chris Keller says you're a bad ass" haha! So that was funny. Then I went to Shantel and since she was not there yesterday it was really cool to finally meet her. She was absolutely lovely and couldn't believe how many flights it takes us to get over here. But since she was so busy working and could only make one day, I was happy to thank her for making the effort to come at all. So she was just so friendly and nice!
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... was translated in to English for us. To be able to sample so many wines in one of the world's best wine regions really made our stay there. How fortunate we are to have been invited here by our host. Quite unbelievable in fact.
If the photos from Bordeaux show only us drinking wine, well that's because that is all we did. On one of the laziest days we have had on the whole trip, we ventured out to buy wine to accompany our dinner with Mouna. To farewell our stay here ...
... a very interesting sculpture. See the photo - if I can get them to upload properly. Apologies but I am having a little trouble with the Internet connections and loading the photos. We then found a great sports shop - Liam bought some wetsuit socks and Daryl bought a mini football. Yes, there are oval balls in France! Not many but they can be found. I had a toilet stop - free but there was a wall before the door that was a waterfall. What a nasty, mean, torturous, man ...