Kyriad Prestige Joinville le Pont
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... why it was rude to push her son. They kept arguing about it-at this point it seemed more like a show because they just kept getting louder and louder. The woman kept repeating "Je vous emmerde", with emphasis on the last word. This is a classic example of politeness. Even when the French are insulting one another, they still use the respectful "vous" form that one uses to speak to strangers and elders. I smiled and shook my head after thinking about ...
Up we got. The time was 4am and we needed to be at the station at 4:50am. It would take 20 minutes to walk there so we left at 4.20am. It was a restless nights sleep, partly because the floor was a little uncomfortable, and partly because we were paranoid about sleeping in. But we made it to the train station, caught the train into the main station, then to metro to another train station and waited for the train to the airport on platform 13. After 15 minutes waiting ...
... we enter the first room, which is fairly busy but I stand back a little and all of a sudden I am crashed into as a guy runs into me with a wheelchair he is pushing (you guessed it into my sore knee getting me from behind) no apology only a I did not see you. As I said so happy I have lost weight!.
The tour continues and we see the King and Queens apartments and the famous Hall of Mirrors.
After our visit inside we have time for a look ...
... of the meal was pretty disappointing, but the company was good and the wine was flowing. We ambled our way back up the hill to drink another bottle of wine and listen to music. The next day, the Aussie left early and I went for a run. I spent the rest of the day reading and doing research, trying to make sense of all my thoughts an ideas. That evening I chatted to the Italian guy we had met and he told me some very entertaining stories ...
... of the Sacre-Coeur we had tried in vain to catch a glimpse of the Eiffel Tower. Now we rounded a corner and there in full view was the tower….small gasps of pleasure from all! The route down the hill was really very beautiful with stops to take photos and discuss the artists who had lived in many of these houses. Pictures were taken of the windmill topped Le Moulin de la Galette which famously was featured in one of Renoir most famous ...