Ibis Styles Parc des Expositions de Villepinte
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... to know our neighbourhood a little better and in the evening dined on various mousses and dips, bouillabaisse and Bavette (flank steak) and barley risotto followed by a Pain retrouvé, a take off on Pain Perdue or similar to French Toast with ice cream and salted caramel sauce. Later that evening, the kids regaled us with stories of their adventures in Disney under clear skies and with minimal line-ups, the advantage of going in the fall. After listening to ...
It took 2 hours and 15 minutes on the Eurostar to get to Paris from London. We tried to get the Metro from the Gard du Nord but mum didn't have any change for the ticket machine so we got a taxi instead. I was happy that I didn't have to carry my bag! We found a baker - Boulangerie and Patisserie next to our hotel and had a yummy lunch. I had a cheese and ham baguette and chocolate éclair.
In the afternoon, we crossed over the River Seine, over the Isle de la Cite, past Notre Dame Cathedral and to a big park. We found a place to play soccer. Most of the park is ...
... The photos hardly do the whole display justice and when the John Lenon song 'imagine' played with a brightly coloured firework display I had tears in my eyes as I remembered despite all the previous days dramas I was in Paris, with my cousin, enjoying a once in a lifetime experience! What a difference a day can make! The next day in Paris was jammed packed and just as brilliant as the previous day. First stop was Cimetiere du Pere Lachaise which is a huge cemetery with ...
Standing in line at 8am (number 1 in the queue) in a rather chilly brisk breeze Carol-Ann shivering uncontrollably at my side waiting for the Eiffel Tower Ticket Vendor to open - 10 past 9 with a huge line behind us, the ticket booth guy pulls his shade down which says "closed" Standing there wondering whats happened we overhear a guy saying the lift is broken and that he was off to another entrance to buy tickets which allow for walking to the second floor viewing area. So we followed ...
... by bus. We crawled up the mountain to the church of Sacre Ceour, we saw the Moulin Rouge and spent some time underneath the Eiffel Tower. One final crepe and we were back on the bus headed for London. Now, on the way over I had been so fast asleep I had no idea how we had actually crossed the English Channel. I had just assumed we had used the ferry and I had missed it. Turns out, not so. There is a train that runs underground called ...