Hotel de la cite Rougemont
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... has a variety of ticket options. We started with a book of ten tickets (which isn't a book but 10 loose tickets) and bought extra individual tickets or an extra book as we needed. The vending machines are easy to use, but only take coins or credit card and your card has to have a chip, not just a strip. There are day passes and week passes. There is also a fancy pass aimed at tourists, but that seems like a big rip off and I ...
... to what is going on around me. William isn,t too fond of me doing something different when I explain my preferance. Oh well. Two strikes!
As I stated it is rush hour and the trains are packed. So as you do we all pushed in. Some of us didn,t make it so we waited for them at our next stop. We had to transfer. On the next train we had a few more stops. While on the train I noticed one man in our group, Steve (from Boston) looking down ...
... a quick bite to eat. We discovered pistachio milk shakes which were delicious! Back at the hotel, we ate and got ready for bed. Tomorrow would be Disneyland Paris, and our wake up call would be at 6:00 a.m. “Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines, sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.” – Mark ...
... it was! We drove down into the valley next to the Seine and found that the village of La-Roche-Guyon is a 'Plus Beaux Villages de France', one of the 157 villages that are known as the 'Most beautiful villages of France'. As you come into the village there are chalk cliffs that have caves dug into the sides that are still being used today as homes and businesses. Many of the buildings in the town are made of the local pale stone or are half-timbered like the ...
... arrived & we headed off to shop at the market.
Couldn't believe it, the market was where I had shopped the day before! Chef Patrick first pointed out the shop that sold everything made from horse ~ no thanks, I'll pass. Next stop was the meat market & I learned so much here, even though some sights made me queasy! Next we went around the corner to the fish monger, this is where I had purchased my ...