HotelF1 Bretigny Sur Orge
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... we get to the floor that is supposed to be for our platform we find that we are on the wrong side of the platform. Someone tells us that the only way to get to the right side of the platform is to go back down in the lift again, and walk up the stairs. Our platform is on the second floor. My knees and back have again lost their senses of humour. The train is very fast. It is more than 400 km from Lyon to Paris and it takes less than two hours. ...
Posted by Andrew Sadowski
Geez it's a long way to Paris from Darlinghurst - about 25 hours door to door.
QF leg was very ordinary - Emirates leg from Dubai was much much better.
The solid 4 read and viewed a lot of stuff,, The Big Ring did some research on Marco Pantani, Captain read a book on the Rise and Fall of Australia by Nick Bryant, Paulo started his research PHD on ...
... did the tour. We stopped for lunch and then rang Grant and they came down to meet us. Whilst they ate lunch Marc and I took their bikes and rode down around a bit. We then hoped back on the bus and traveled the long way to the Louvre. We met the others and went into the busiest museum in the world. It is huge. Everyone is here for the Mona Lisa, the most well known painting in the world. The museum ...
... la Galette, Degas and his ballerinas. We visit with Van Gogh and have a Doctor Who moment, wondering where the monster is in the church at Auvers-sur-Oie. We wonder why Manet's Déjeuner sur l'Herbe is so casual that the women feel they can attend naked. Toulouse-Lautrec dazzles us with La Goulue and his menagerie of other dancers of the Moulin Rouge.
We stop for a late lunch in the ...
... and being the smallest child in the family I was shoved in a corner and squished between everybody else. So after that exciting new experience with subways, we got off at our stop and walked to our hotel, which was probably the comfiest, tiniest hotel I've ever stayed in. After we a rested for a little while we went out to discover France! And while doing so we just happened to come upon a crepe stand. Of course we tried one (two) because we are ...