Ibis Mons Centre Gare
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Arrived in Paris ahead of schedule on Air France from Toronto. Paris airport is very large. It took almost 25 minutes from landing time to arrive at the terminal. Once at the landing terminal we were transported via commuter train to another terminal to pick up our luggage. My backpack arrived safe and I was on my way via shuttle to Gare …
... was the boat lift at Strépy-Thieu which lifts/lowers barges from the canals 73m vertically. It is currently the largest boat lift in the world, although China is constructing one which will be larger when completed. I heard some distinct rumblings in the previous few days about why on earth we'd want to visit this, but our visit coincided perfectly with five boats being lowered from the top canal, and everyone was fascinated by the ...
... by sell many versions of him! Early dinner and wine at a small restaurant and a walk back. We are both very tired so are planning a chilled out evening and an early night. Our friends Amy and Emily have made envelopes for us for each place that we visit. Each envelope has a number of tasks inside which are all equal to points! Follow the pictures and videos for more ...
... in I could almost spread my arms out and touch each wall. The kitchen itself was 1\3 of the space with 2 chefs and then they squeezed about 32 people in to dine. And they were packed from open until close! One slight problem, after I sat down and ordered a glass of wine I saw on the menu that it is a cash only restaurant, which is a bit strange since it would be easy to spend $100 on two people but I guess most ...
... up this morning, we checked out the complimentary breakfast, which was nice enough. I had 3 coffees, since it was free. We sat with a girl from Germany, who's just finishing her first year as a grade school english teacher. After breakfast, we headed out with our very-obvious-neon-colored-I'm-a-tourist map. Brussels was very quite today. Most of the shops and restaurants are closed on Sundays, and we hardly saw anyone for the first leg of our walk. We took a scenic route, ...