Premiere Classe Roissy-Villepinte-Parc des Expositions
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A 35 minute delay queueing for a MIA plane kicked off our grand tour, not ideal
A pain free flight and quick baggage reclaim was the start and end of our good fortune.
In the Roissy train terminal we were advised to buy the cheapest ticket (€1.50) from the ticket machines. Which wouldn't get us through the …
Arrived at Roissy Charles de Gaulle airport to 4:00 pm, direction the terminal 1 to check in and to take off to 6:05 pm with Lufthansa's airline toward Frankfurt airport.
I travelled in a Airbus A320 plane, economy class.
Around my seat in the plane, I met six persons who will be in my group ...
... to listen to. Back on the boat again to Hotel de Ville drop off. ( Apparently Hotel means a government building Hotel de Ville is City Hall) Watched a film shoot by the Seine. So many takes, make up and hair touch ups ! As before, we are surrounded by the most amazing gourmet food shops. We can't resist - to our detriment - leave the beauty to the slender French ladies. And so to ...
... before getting going with the day’s activities.
The world seems a little grumpy at the moment. When I boarded the Boston Paris flight, I put my carryon bag and jacket in the overhead bin just opposite my seat as I usually do. It’s easier to keep an eye on things across the aisle rather that right overhead. Shortly after I settled in an older couple came to the seats opposite me and the man immediately shoved my bag over and wadded my jacket in over it. ...
... skeletal remains from previous graves that the city dug up during rebuilding. Juli and I both agreed that it would have been more interesting with a guide but we were glad we could say we saw it. We finished our evening with a walk along the Seine River to see all of ten artists work and a walk in the Latin Quarter. (Dinner there, of course, too!). Now I'm turning in to prepare for an exciting day at Versailles ...