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Travel Blogs from Paris
... Champs, but so too was our own TDF! Roberta
& I were in fits of laughter following Scott down the Champs. We were
trying hard not to fall off the clunky & heavy bikes and negotiate the
traffic & cobbled streets. You think after 3 weeks of riding up some of the
biggest mountains in France that this would have been a piece of cake!
The Champs is a dual lane road that runs for about 2km’s directly from
the Arc and is one ...
... about 12 years of age. I really enjoyed this & stayed the full 2hrs as it was many of the hits from my era to my surprise all in English. This included the Eagle's Hotel California which reminded me of the building site opposite my bedroom in Geneva. I returned to the sanctuary of the hotel for an hour & then got really brave & went to a restaurant & had a steak. It was a wonder ...
... due to a bridge maintenance and had to go a few kilometers out of our way to find the petro station (gas is $6.05/gallon). Got to Beauvais finally (which is a tiny airport an hour north of Paris). Then it was an hour bus ride into Paris followed by 2 underground metro trains through rush hour with luggage and backpacks. Personal space was nonexistent! Finally got to our hotel about 7 PM, dropped bags and went back out the door ...
... dinner in France.
We loved France. It was delicate. Everything here is done on purpose and with pride. It is fancy.
Tonight the stress of the past few days is forgotten. Replaced by beautiful memories, like the night we drank wine and ordered escargot in our favorite café while it rained.
Tomorrow we come home. We miss home. We miss and love you all.
We thank you for coming on this journey with us.
We will see you soon.
... views were of massive golden gates in front of a huge building with gold leaf all over the roof, it just oozed power and wealth.
The estate is over 3 centuries old and has been so well preserved. As we walked through the Chateau each room was as impressive as the next. The paintings on the ceilings were wonderful and the decorations of the room matched the purpose of that particular room so well. The King and Queen’s bedrooms were huge and the beds amazing. We ...