Hotel Les Pleiades
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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When you look at the itinerary for this trip you can clearly see it is going to be a doozie! When you are in the midst of it adrenalin helps for the first part of the day and then it slowly declines from there. At about 11:00 at night when you are still finishing dinner and you know it takes about 45 mins to get back to the hotel things start to go a bit sour!! Today was a big day. More rehearsal out at the Caserne de Rose. This time we do some ...
... see!?!? Well, to really see everything in Paris i think you
would need a couple of months. Places like the louvre would take days even
weeks to get through but it does make art interesting. We hired little Nintendo
DS consoles to give us a guided tour through the famous museum and getting all
the little back stories really adds to the experience but i still don’t get why
the Mona Lisa is as famous as it is!!
The Arc ...
... owned by Copabella Sport horses and originally
imported by Vicki Roycroft). So good to see an Aussie owned stallion getting a
look in at an international auction.
On the general day to day stable life I was left on my own
for 4 days as Bapstiste, Edouard and their grooms Manu and Clara went to a show
in Normandy. Having to muck out and do everything alone gives you a real
appreciation of the hard work that goes on at these places ...
... with Edouard and Baptiste(who came back for a few days between weekends). I’ve had no disasters....yet. I’m very glad to be able to get this sort of opportunity so I’ll be trying very hard not to!!
I also was able to take a couple of them to another stable to jump in a different environment and boy, are there some careful ones. A nice problem if you ask me!!
One of the horses, Tetiahora a 6 year ...
... conical shaped conifers and roses. Lovely. Had coffee in the shade before heading off again. This time we got a bike and rode to and under the Eiffel tower. How great wasn't that!! Great feeling to cycle with such views and lots of cycle ways. Nice not to have a helmet and not having feet looked in. Rode along the Seine to Les Halles where we parked them to continue on foot to Rue Xxxxx a little rode recommended by Andreas. ...