Ibis Budget Roissy CDG Paris Nord 2
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... a miniscule slice of the gallery but we went for lunch anyway. We got exorbitantly priced microwave pasta boxes in the food court and sat down for quite a while. After the louvre we went for a huge walk down this avenueish thing of trees and fountains and park just near the louvre's entrance which was beautiful; the sun had finally come out. We sat down for a bit, then saw the eiffeltower and decided to walk in its direction. We quickly realised ...
... beach. It is such a beautiful place now that it is so hard to believe all the bloodshed that occurred there. We then went to the American Cemetary. It is the most visited cemetary in the world with over 1.5M visitors a year. It was breath taking. After the cemetary, we went to the British memorial site and then the Canadian Site which is at Juno beach. Tomorrow we have an Eiffel Tower tour and then we are going shopping and to Notre ...
... last indulgence in France.
We even had a chance to walk off dinner with an after-dark power stroll through the cute village of Roissy, a short distance from Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport.
Time to sleep and rest up for the long non-stop to San Francisco before the final hop to Portland. We will pick up Charlie and Onnie, our schnauzers, around 7:00pm and then we'll be home. Home sweet home.
Good night, Paris!
Mike and ...
... in an Italian pizza place lol. First place we have been to where they have asked if we want an English menu...bliss . Had bruschetta with pesto and tomatoes....very yummy, Simon French onion soup and my leftovers. Main I had penne pasta in cream sauce with bacon....Simon tageletelle with a seafood sauce, both very good. Simon had dessert, I thanks to Philippa ordered a cup of tea! Strolled across the road to finish blog! Off to Avignon ...
... to dry the flower, but didn't find any so looking for resin was our mission for day three in Paris.
We started off the day by going to promenade of plants, which is a tramway that was turned an elevated garden/park. It was really cool and we walked along it for a bit. Then we looked at two craft shops for resin- no luck. We took a break at the Hard Rock Cafe and enjoyed a brownie sundae. We then popped into Lacoste and found the specific green polo Nathan is always looking for ...
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