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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
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... rest of the trip other than.......get me off this bus. The course takes us around 2 hours to travel 2 kilometres. We are constantly faced with traffic. This was the wrong choice, and it would have been quicker to walk. Finally we arrive at Notre Dame and walk back to the hotel exhausted. Shower and out for dinner. Trip advisor sends us to a little crepiere, just down the road called Les Embruns. Food is quick, cheap and very tasty. I finally get to order a salad, ...
... path for Christians on a pilgrimage. St Chapelle is a 13th century Royal Chapel built during the reign of Louis the XIV (aka St Louis). The Chapel was especially constructed to house religious relics from the Passion of Christ, this was Louis's quest. The Chapel today has seen many reconstructions over its 800 years and it is said that out of the 650 square meters of stained glass, 70% is still original, thus another pilgrimage for stained glass ...
... sheep and goats, some pigs, ducks and a few peacocks. We took a loooong side road to get out into the town of Versailles where we found a bar that seemed un touristy for a beer before we took the train back into Paris. When we arrived back at our apartment we realized that we had broken the key and part of it was still stuck in the lock! Fortunately we could get into the place so we could call the agent for help! After quite a test to Ardeth's French ...
... to them as yet. They are keeping very much to themselves but Alan has sussed them out. The bus is a mixture of ages mostly our age or older and a lot of groups of widows, a few youngins, overall they seem an ok bunch but it's only day 1 everyone is on their best behaviour.
Once at our hotel we got a couple of hours free time and Bercy village is close walking so off we went. Now those of you who know me know when I travel my legs and feet blow up ...
... it. There's a Laduree not far from the museum so we stopped there to get some world-famous macarons - they're a bit too sweet for me but I managed to finish a whole salted caramel one and it was pretty darn good. We spent the rest of the afternoon in the comfort of our air conditioned apartment, packing and reorganizing and getting ready for our early flight tomorrow. At 7 we decided to go out and round up another picnic to eat along the river Seine with views of Notre Dame ...