Holiday Inn Paris-Charles De Gaulle Airport
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... boulangeries, green grocers, patisseries, and outdoor cafes operate as they have for decades. And so pretty, too. We took R. Steves' advice and went to the Café du Marche on the rue for lunch. Sitting under the heaters watching the very stylish Parisians stroll or bike by was delightful, as was the simple lunch and pichet du vin ...
We had done some research and knew we were supposed to take the Roissy bus and get off at Opera. After we had picked up our luggage we went down to find the Roissy bus and get our ticket. Had trouble with the ticket machine but Robert was able to get it to work and we went and waited for the bus to arrive.
Got on the bus and found a place to put our luggage and settled back to enjoy the ride. It ...
What a day... We started with a four hour bike tour in Paris. It was a group of about 15 so pretty big. A Canadian girl April was our guide. Caleb gat his own bike with hand breaks and gears - yes !!! Luckily Paris is rather flat so good for Caleb. There are a lot of bike lanes though we spent a good amount of time as a group on the roads. We were told if people honk it means they love us - well we were loved ...
... efforts during both major conflicts as well as France's push at colonization during the 1930s. I was not impressed with the lack of Canadian tributes though. Especially during WWI, Canadians helped save Verdun and other French towns, but there is no mention if that whatsoever. In any case, checking out the old uniforms was really neat. One coat still had mud on it from the trenches. After pursuing the gift shop, we moved across the ...
... good English. A customer finally stepped forward to translate, and we got it purchased...installing it was another matter.
Then we found out that Paris had a national railway strike going (only 1 of 3 trains running). The way this affected us was everyone had to stop partway into their trip at Gare du Nord, get off that train and go downstairs to get on another train (same line, but southern trains operated by someone else), to continue on. And ...