Hotel Premiere Classe Bussy St. Georges
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Bonjour! I am writing this onboard the Eurostar high-speed train, traveling through a wet and foggy French countryside on my way to Disneyland Paris. Updating this blog has been on the front of my mind, and I have been drafting bits and pieces covering my daily events. I hope to have those posted very soon, but, while I have the extra time, I …
... fellow artists lived in. The Kiss, the Thinker, are just some of his well known collection. We then made our way west to that famous iron structure, the Eiffel Tower. On our way there, we were blown away by Les Invalides, the incredible 18th century building that was used to house and care for wounded soldiers. Just another grandiose building in this unbelievably historic city! Fifteen minutes later we reached the park - families, friends, ...
... isn't challenged, as it's a classic tourist mistake to order this dish and then be dismayed to find that it is a large dish of raw minced beef, surrounded by condiments such as raw onion and capers, and topped with a raw egg. It duly arrives and I tuck in. With nothing to compare it to I have no idea how good this version is, but I am pleased to find that I really like it. In a way it's a little like sushi, and the extras, in particular the capers, liven up the blandness of the meat. ...
... lots of Military brass etc. We were in fourth row behind seats reserved for dignitaries. Still raining after Mass. Had lunch at cafe near Cathedral. Walked to Louvre but long queue in rain so decided against - saw Bridge of Locks - decided to get HopOn-HopOff bus but did not take card so driver let us stay on until he saw ATM then pulled over and waited while I got cash ...
- Was shocked to discover that the traffic and chaos of the Champs-Élysées during rush hour rivals that of Rome and even Istanbul (on a calm day, perhaps).
- Was mocked for being Québécois by a Parisian crêpe-cook. And here I was thinking I didn't have a French-Canadian accent.
- Climbed l'Arc de Triomphe and was rewarded with an appropriately triumphant view from the centre of the city.
- Took a tour of ...
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