Hotel Le Mathurin
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... The boulevard Saint Michel …. The Sorbonne. The ABBA song “Our last Summer” lyrics mention walks by the Seine, the Eiffel Tower and Notre Dame. Bruce is familiar with both these songs but has yet to hear “Under the Bridges of Paris” (Sous les ponts de Paris) by Eartha Kitt.
Tomorrow we visit Mona Lisa at the Louvre - and on Friday morning we board the Eurostar for a fast trip to London.
... about the number it will still be my first french conversation. Then we left straight to the coach for our Paris sightseeing tour. It turned out that this was very helpful the next day because we already had some sort of an idea of where to go. Anyways we took a drive down the main Champs Elyse road, apparently to rent a place on that street will cost you a chilled 20 000 euro PER SQUARE METRE per month. Toni gave us a lot of background info on the museums and where everything ...
Two truths about me: I love to travel, and I'm cheap. Erm, frugal. I've learned over the years that the second truth helps the first.
Some friends have asked how we can afford to travel abroad for long periods every few years, and some have assumed we are supported by a trust fund. There is no trust fund. This is the behind-the-scenes blog entry about how we travel without spending the retirement funds or the kids' college savings.
Sorry these blogs are so late! I have been so busy and haven't had a chance on the computer until now. So here are three new blogs with pictures and the blog I wrote that day. Today was an absolutely massive day but was incredible! I was awoken by Ron on my bed I front of my face asking if I was feeling alright which gave me a heart attack :P But I woke up feeling quite good and for the first time was able to have proper breakfast of a Chocolate Croissant! I had ...
... displays and decided to hit the frog and toad. Time now for the Notre Dame Cathedral via a little cafe for some lunch. The cathedral was pretty speccy and took about 1/2 hour to walk through. We then decided to walk back to the motel and it took forever. We finished off the day with a bit of an afternoon nap, followed by dinner and a movie in the motel room. All in all a pretty good way to spend ones ...