Hotellerie du Bas-Breau
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- Minbar in room
- Adjoining Rooms
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... on the parade ground as well. This is always the part of the day that people do not like and seem to complain the most about. I have only just started marching and I still find it quite difficult and feel I need all the practice I can get. There are some pretty tricky things to get ... Left and right wheels, counter marches etc ... Anyway we get through it but I am still a bit nervous by it all. We have lunch at the officers mess again and I think they ...
... is massive!! It was pretty much built to
celebrate the French victories in various wars and we got to stand on top of it
and look across Paris (see one of the photos). So we did all the clichés like
the Arc and had a look at the Eiffel Tower as well as Notre Dame, not to mention
walking down the Champs Elysee, the main street of Paris, now that was big!! I
think the highlight was just being able to stay in the heart of Paris and be
appreciation of all the team members!!
While the others were away I was lucky enough to have a mini
clinic with Adeline. Back in the day when George Morris did a lot of clinics in
France Adeline was his interpreter. She is now a bit of a GM fanatic which
suits me fine!! I worked 4 horses with her, on the flat and with some jumping
exercises. Great to get some 1-on-1 tuition and she really stressed the importance
of basics to me. ...
... mare, has been entrusted to me by Eric. Everyone calls her Eric’s gamble since Edouard didn’t want to take her as she is quite green(with apparently only 5 months riding under her belt as the story goes, as much as I can gather) and probably not so easy to sell, but she is a half sister to a good horse that Baptiste was just starting to ride 1.50m classes on(PACOME DES PLAINES who is now ridden by a Danish girl and was ...
... beer and as we sat there it started raining . Not for long though. Centre de Pompidou next visit and we had 1 1/2 hour there before it closed at 9. Saw a fantastic exhibition of Roy Lichtenstein. Pop art at its best. Will remember many of the exhibits for ever i think. Completely different crowd there from the other museums we went to today. The tone was hushed, people well dressed and since the exhibition had just opened ...