Ibis Saint Denis Stade Sud
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... It is part of a school in Reims. Students were leaving school when we arrived. I wonder if they understand the importance of that room to WWII. We left there and headed back to our hotel for the night. We got up the next morning and drove into old town Reims to see our last Cathedral. Another magnificent Cathedral with a long history. The first Cathedral was built there in 401 A.D. The one we looked at ...
... no signs were translated into English and there was no Eurail info site that we could find, no matter how much we looked. In the end we split up for ten minutes to search different areas of the station. When we met again, Nic had asked the Eurostar office, who had told him to use the national booking office (which, ironically was going to close in ten minutes) the security man on the floor said that there was no eurail information site here, and that the ...
... screamed and it was really loud and scared me. Then we had to wait another hour to get to the top but when you get there it is worth it. You could see everything, I could see the arc de triomphe the river and the French Statue of Liberty. We stayed up there for a while and I could stick my head out of the bars. Then after a while mum said we have to go down so we hopped in the lift and went down to the second floor and then caught the stairs down to the first floor, there ...
... and enjoying the sun and the view, and one for the vendor carts and the carousel. I headed down the three levels and wandered through the streets below where I found mainly souvenir shops, then stumbled across a chocolate museum with all sorts of yummy specialties including huge chocolate sculptures of a sailing ship and Notre Dame. I bought four little macarons and put them in my bag only to forget they were there and find the bag full of crushed shells when I got home! ...
... the train complimented me on my French accent which was reassuring. We were met by a car service at Gare du Nord and made it safely to our hotel. Our room wasn't ready so we walked down to Place de Bastille, across to Place des Vosges which was full of people enjoying the afternoon sun then to the Musee de Carnavalet which is a museum of the history of Paris. Our first observations of Paris are that the buildings are quite shabby compared to ...