Ibis Paris Porte Doree
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... in getting back through immigration, the rest of the time at the airport was uneventful. The flight to Paris was a little bumpy, and yet again the meal and wine they served was delicious.
We disembarked at Charles De Gaulle airport and passed through French immigration before picking up our duffel on the turnstile, exchanging some dollars for Euros, and heading to the hotel, which was in the airport, but a hike from the baggage claim area. Between ...
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... only two remaining original gates from when Paris was a walled city.
As we were about 2 hours in front of the others we had a drink at a nearby cafe and stood around for a while until we spotted 4 tired looking people dragging suitcases behind them walking up the road. Kisses and hugs all round, except for Alan and I who just shook hands!
Settled into the very nice apartment ...
... breakfast, then taking the subway to the Montmartre district, and saving our parents’ legs by riding the Petit Train (which boards just across the street from the Moulin Rouge) and seeing this famous area by day, as well as the exquisite Sacre Coeur church. Keely and Scot love walking around this area, which has been home to so many famous painters, writers and stories of Paris, so we also enjoyed sharing it with our parents by train. We made it back just in time ...
... be a game of cricket on somewhere around here, it is summer in England, after all! Sure enough, the small village of Fulking was hosting a one-day match between the Sussex and Kent county 2nd XI's! So off I went, on foot, in search of Fulking...on foot, evidently, a little ambitious! Some two hours later I reached Devils Dyke atop the South Downs of Sussex, the Spen Cama Memorial Cricket Ground in sight, but not just close, all the same. Scrambling my ...