Hotel Median Roissy CDG Airport
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... good English. A customer finally stepped forward to translate, and we got it purchased...installing it was another matter.
Then we found out that Paris had a national railway strike going (only 1 of 3 trains running). The way this affected us was everyone had to stop partway into their trip at Gare du Nord, get off that train and go downstairs to get on another train (same line, but southern trains operated by someone else), to continue on. And ...
I woke up with the worst hangover this morning at 11:30 to a call from my mum. We chatted about stuff but I can't really remember because I was in a deep hangover. After much pain me and Nim arose from bed and made eggs on these really nice onion flavoured bagels and watched TV for a few hours. Nim went back to bed to have a nap and for a few more hours we just relaxed and packed up our room. Kim came home later and I snuck out ...
... br> Up to the 58 metre restaurant. Trip advisor gives you tarot card reading experiences of this institution. Many fine recommendations about good food, spectacular views etc.
Not so for us. Cuisine mean, smoked salmon which had sat so long on the plate, that it was encrusted to it. Chicken that would have done Wagga Wagga Ag college cafeteria proud. Dry, shrivelled and certainly past its prime. And it ...
... doing all sorts of acrobatics all while juggling or stalling a ball. Once we peeled our eyes away from him, we turned to the outstanding view of Paris in front of us. We sat on the main staircase, enjoyed some Bob Marley and Coldplay from a busker nearby; Beckett ate an entire banana by himself and we marvelled at the sheer density of the city. Once satisfied, we moved into the church itself. The tricky part of visiting churches with a toddler is that they ask you to be ...
Waking with a sore head, we set out and ate at the recommended breakfast spot on Rue Montogueil, ordering an awesome assortment of everything! Finishing this lazily, we wandered through the ritzy shopping streets of the ultra-wealthy, near the Monument to Napoleon, and (after some more perfume shopping), We wandered through the fun park outside the palace gardens, saw an 40 y.o. asian man on a ride **** himself and a kid throw up, and wandered around the palace ...
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