Hotel De La Plage
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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This morning has had a slow start, Ken has enjoyed a sleep in, eventually on our way and went to cafe recommended and had breakfast.Coffee is only one size, bad luck for Ken. After checking details for our day tour tomorrow and details of cruise port we once again venture out to shop. Remember those words from Ken "Barbara why don't you take a empty suitcase and shop in Paris"that has happened and now the bags are full and Barbara is a very ...
... me I needed to eat before she left. She's like a mother and a good friend. I'm so sad that she's going to be gone for a month!
After dinner, I got to watch Netflix guilt free again. It's 10:45pm and the family just got home. Beatrice said it's difficult to go all day without eating and then have a big meal at the end of the day. I can only imagine how hungry I would be by that time!
My teacher e-mailed me back and told me that ...
... art shops. Most works did not appeal but one artist made incomplete humans where part of the body was missing but you could imagine it there. Another had done bronze statues of an elephant and a rhino. Quite amazing. Lunch was at Hanna's sandwich place which turned out to be a falafel shop and the food was delicious. Fresh pitas, falafel, salad, hummus etc. all very tasty. We came across a carnival which seemed to be made up of black French tribes ...
... they had some children "helping", which of course the kids loved, and we watchers enjoyed. I forgot to mention yesterday when I was talking about the traffic: in the midst of the Champs Élysées, when the traffic stopped at a red light, people would jump out on the street to have their photo taken with the Arc de Triomphe in the background. There would be a mad rush to try to swap over so the two people could each fit in a ...
... wandered towards Sacre Coeur, had a coffee and headed off up the many steps, halfway up we thought it was time to get the Croque Monsieur/Madam out of our systems, whilst it was really nice, I think we can move on. We made it up to Sacre Coeur, a Romanesque-Byzantine church built after the Franco Prussian War and finally consecrated in 1919. It is grander on the outside than in, but attracts a constant crowd of tourists because of it's ...