HotelF1 Saint Denis Stade
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... gravy, it was served with a nice dollop of mashed potatoes and a few slices of chewy French baguette. Karen tried a Guinness red, which had a creamy and very persistent foamy head--it was good. Our waitress had clearly American English--turns out she's from the center of Nebraska, which I believe is the center of the U.S. She's married to a French fellow from up north in Normandy. She said they hoped to get out to the country, but other than visits, they're still in the city, ...
... It was great to see all the family. We decided to go up the Eiffel Tower first thing the next day and to get a boat up the Seine river which is right next to the Eiffel Tower. As soon as we got our tickets we heard a big crash of thunder and it started to pour with rain. Luckily it was all over in 10 minutes and we enjoyed seeing Paris from a different vantage point with the musicians along the river banks. we had enjoyed a great day in ...
... a nearby bench to enjoy the sights. However, a very obnoxious group of Englishmen (with thick Cockney accents) made this impossible. They were sitting on the benches on either side of us yelling at at each other.
"The Eiffel tower is ****, it doesn't look anything like in the postcards!"
"I agree, it's all worn out, and it's brown. It looks false, I bet it isn't even the real one!"
"I bet you're right, it's not even the real Eiffel tower!"
... today because I’m off to see the Palace of Versailles. Everyone back home is so jealous and they say it’s going to blow me away.
At least the Vintage Boutique Hotel, a real fancy name for a hostel, is right by the train station and it’s not long before I find myself on a suburban 'RER C’ train that takes me to Versailles-Rive-Gauche, only five minutes walk from Chateau Versailles. It was only ...
... the key into the Seine. It's very symbolic and romantic. While on the bridge Adam pulls out a lock he's had since we left Australia. And he had it engraved. What a romantic. It's petty challenging though trying to find somewhere on the bridge to put your lock. The entire bridge is covered in locks. It's quite a sight.
Today was a return to sore feet. Lots of walking. Had breakfast in ...