Citotel Saint Jacques
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... completely wrong context. 9. Found most Parisians to be so fluent in English that it is actually embarrassing to try and speak french to them. 10. Been mistaken for a local and asked for directions TWICE (and then told I am very beautiful when I was waiting for the RER). Here are some photos from recent adventures to the Musée D'Orsay and Notre ...
... pick us up at the airport. Both were at costs lower than a typical hotel or cab ride. So the unanswered question for us was what were these accommodations going to look like and would our driver whisk us away to Croatia and hold us for ransom. Packing light with two carry on bags for each of us, we were destined to creatively mix and match clothing and do a little laundry somewhere on the trip, but avoiding schlepping a ...
... the train ride, saw a lot of farming & wine growing areas. Had nice walk & lunch at Dijon, a very old & pretty town. Then back on bus for trip to meet the boat. We have already made some friends from Canada, Perth & Britain. Lorne & Anne from Canada are lovely, Lorne has a wicked sense of humour like Vern......not sure what we will be in for with the trip. I am going along okay, tired & struggling with sore knee today which I will need to be careful of. ...
... know its probably completely normal, what with the stress of traveling, the foreign language, all the walking and sight-seeing, and so on. I’m looking forward to a day to rest on the train tomorrow!
Quote for the day:
"Just don’t give up trying to do what you really want to do. Where there’s love and inspiration, I don’t think you can go wrong." ~Ella Fitzgerald
Yesterday Anna took me to Paris to see the Eiffel Tower and it was much bigger and more beautiful than I remember!! We also got to go to the front of the line because Anna had a handicap pass!! I did however have several panic attacks on the way to Paris because the traffic was very overwhelming.
This is an excerpt from my notes from yesterday:
"The driving/ traffic in Paris literally scares the ever loving **** out of me. These people are insane!! ...