- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... up engine. We felt really bad for them, must be very painful after such long preparation to have to give up at Belgian border already. They will try to participate in the November edition again however!
Our route from Hazeldonk would take us via Antwerp to Lille and then to Paris. Just after Lille we left the highway and took the smaller roads through the countryside. The area here is really lovely, nice hilly countryside with a lot ...
... dragging myself off to places where there are a lot of people was not my idea of a good time. I am lucky that I have a very nice apartment close to everything, with a small supermarket just up the road to get supplies. Every second shop here is a restaurant, so there was no shortage of places to eat. Oh well, I guess I'll have to come ...
... The views were beautiful, and it was great to look at the Eiffel Tower, rather than down from it.
From Tour Montparnasse we headed back and changed over to the green line, and coordinating perfectly, met up with the yellow line and headed up to Montmartre. It was a beautiful blue bird day, so we got to see the white marbled cathedral of Sacre Coeur in all it's glory. On the way up we got a Croque Monsieur and ...
... could have spent a fortune but I was strong and only spent half a fortune. We walked all the way home past Moulin Rouge to see Jaz off to her plane. After getting dressed we caught the tube to Theatre Nouvette to watch a comedy show called "How to become Parisian in one hour". It was very funny and we enjoyed it immensely while ...
... that Stuart couldn't understand. Great experience and love the cut. We head off to the Louve, stopping along the way to pick up fruit and nuts. Fruit is very expensive here, punnet of strawberries are 10 euro . While walking we come across an artist and purchase a few pencil drawings. As we get closer to the Louve we come upon Pont des Arts bridge. We put our love lock on and throw our keys into the Seine river. Stephen Hurley, the story goes in Paris, a couple ...