HotelF1 Saint Denis Stade
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... course the obligatory pretty girl or two sitting on the back of a convertible, drum bands, and baton- twirlers! It was very festive and we could not have had better seats! After a brief rest at home, we went back out for the fireworks (les feu d'artifice - I'm learning so many new words!) - these were set off just below Sacre Coeur and were quite spectacular! We returned to rue Lepic to a place that has jazz that we'd been eyeing for a while. It is a restaurant that ...
... amazing from the water. And the Louvre is ENORMOUS. Really, really enjoyed that. But now I am very, very hot. We sat in the shade of the bridge from the Trocadero to the Eiffel Tower sipping on slurpies. Made you feel much better. Ok...4.30pm now. Time to go home. I just want to validate my Eurorail Pass at the Train Station. Amanda, I think I remember you telling me to do this at a major train station. This one looked big. They looked at me as if I had 2 heads. Sent me off ...
... bottle of champagne to share. They
obviously have a lot of money. The sets were incredible and the acts were crazy
good as you would expect. They ranged from a trio of acrobatic robbers and
cops, an excellent ventriloquist who you couldn’t even tell was doing, to a duo
who were just insane with what they did. I don’t even have the words to
describe what they did without writing another essay. Long story short the girl
would headstand ...
... souvenir shopping then onto the Paris metro and back to the apartment. It's only mid afternoon but we are all a bit tired so we rested up for a few hours. As evening approached, we started to pack up our bags/suitcases for our early morning pick up (7am) transfer to Gare du Nord to catch the Eurostar train bound for London. Halfway through, it's decided to go and have our last supper in Paris. We found a nice place here in ...
I awoke to realise it was time to move on and although there was plenty more to see in Paris it would need to wait until the next time, after all I did see everything on my list and some. So I said goodbye to Michael and Cath as they were off to London and jumped on the train to head towards Paris Austerlitz where my next train would leave to take me to Tours in the Loire-Valley. It was freezing cold so I was glad for the cafe that was open for a hot ...