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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... When we left, the queues were hundreds of metres long. You will notice in a few of the photos, Teresa is trying out new poses instead of her standard "soldier" pose. Inside wasn't too bad, and we could take our time and get reasonably close to all the main attractions. Moved on from here about lunch tmie, and sat at a little caravan in the park and had some sandwiches. Got accosted ...
Today we are travelling everywhere by Metro and of course our 2 legs. Need I say another pastry for breakfast, an almond croissant this time! Our first thing on the list was the Eiffel Tower. Decided not to join the line to either walk up, as if, or wait for the elevator. You pay for each level you decide to travel to but regardless there are other ways to get a view of Paris. Next ...
... from up the top they blended into the rest of Paris. Lots more photos and selfies of course. We could see from up there an area we hadn't seen before which turned out to be the Trocadero so after we got down off the tower we walked over the bridge and took more photos from there. I may have eaten a Nutella Crepe and it may have been sooo good!! It was 9pm by then and the lights were coming on it so we decided to stay for the hour and people watch and ...
... and one can feel quite diminished by this. I feel that is what gives Paris
this special feel. It feels uplifting, which is why, I feel that so many people
love the place. The grandeur of the buildings puts joy into the spirit.
Tomorrow, we are going to Rouen, to visit an old school
friend of mine and her French husband, who is another artist.
I’ll tell you about them tomorrow.
... zoomed along, he pointed out his parents house and grandmother's house right next to the train track. No wonder he was so interested in trains. Next stop, Lille Flanders and we 12 minutes to catch the train to Amiens. No problem, especially with our very own train guide with us. We sat near each other for that part of the journey, with less conversation. We changed trains for the last time at Amiens and as we headed for ...