L'Hotel de l'Ile du Saussay
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Arrived Paris a little after 2pm flight good, nice little French man typically decked out to meet us and drive to apartment.here Valerie was awaiting us to explain the workings of the apartment. We with Valerie's help arranged the necessary taxi's we need whilst here.Ken had forgotten his Thyroid treatment so Valerie took us to pharmacy and we were while to buy the tablets without Prescription so all good ,we then took Valerie for coffee in appreciation and had a lovely chat ...
... get to the restaurant. The restaurant turned out to be very nice and it started to fill up fast after we got there. Word must have gotten out that we were eating there! I had duck and it was tasty and tender and Ross had salmon which he also thoroughly enjoyed. After dinner it had started to rain again so we called in at an ice creamery just up ...
... told us earlier that it is called the Latin Quarter because that was where the Sorbonne University was. When the Sorbonne was first established, everything was taught in Latin. This meant that all the students spoke Latin. I don't think that this was a very good idea. It wouldn't have done much to narrow the gap between the educated elite and all the other people in Paris.
We pass a Turkish restaurant and decide that we will eat there. The food is superb. We are ...
Well today started at 5:20 pm on Friday, June 26 when our plane took of from O'Hare. We landed in Paris after an eight hour flight getting us into Paris around 8:30 am. None of us were able to sleep well on the plane but as our rooms were not ready yet when we got to the Mercure Hotel by the Eiffel Tower we decided to go ahead with our original plan and take the Metro to Notre Dame Cathedral. When we got there they were having ...
Our first project for today was getting our rail tickets from Paris to Ypres, in Belgium. So we took the Metro to Gare de Nord, which is the big station from which we will leave to go north on Tuesday. We encountered a very obliging man who spoke excellent English, was very patient, and explained clearly what we have to do. We are going on the Thalys, which is the very fast train, and it takes less than two hours from Paris to Brussels. Then, however, we have to wait for ...