B&B Bretigny sur Orge
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... been fooled by illusions like this in the past. Remember the walk to parliament in Canberra? Yeah, that looked like it was really close, too.
We walk through the tear-down of the Christmas market we walked through only days earlier. How sad - the shops are closed and mostly boarded up, some people are still cleaning out their chalets, and trash is strewn about. Big forklifts are tenderly remove ...
... 8217;t withstood the rigors of marriage. Maybe we can introduce the same concept in our small Kentucky town and snag a few tourists to lock their marriage up on our bridge.
The Left Bank was a beehive of booksellers set up along the street along the Seine River. Antique, new books and a few artists sprinkled in made it fun to casually walk and browse.
We took a short walk to Notre Dame Cathedral located ...
... got away and went back to the real taxi rank where we got one no problem. At our hotel out room was upgraded again because of our 'honeymoon' and we had a view of the Eiffel Tower. It was so tiny we might not have noticed unless they told us but it was a view nonetheless! This evening we went out for a lovely dinner near the Eiffel Tower and the proceeded to go up ...
My hotel was in such a great location and due to my walking problems, I was able to select a range of great restaurants for breakfast, lunch and dinner, within walking distance, and the area was buzzing with lots of tourists and locals enjoying the sunny weather. My brother arrived from London and he was able to book into Hotel Saint-Paul le Marius and we spent the day travelling around Paris buying a few mementos before our flight departed at 7.30pm. ...
... trees, the Champs-Élysées is arguably one of the world's most famous streets, and is one of the most expensive strips of real estate in the world. Everybody was getting ready for Bastille Day which is next Monday and the streets were all decked out with temporary terraces going up for the big march past that happens through the avenue. Plus also in a few weeks this is where the Tour de France cycling race will finish. The walk above the Avenue ...