Le Relais d'Aumale
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- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a proper pair of headphones would improve his life ten fold he purchased the creme de la creme, the rolls Royce of listening devices. I took the more practical route, stocking up my weight in chocolate just incase we were to be forced into famine. We reached the shores of Callis, at least I think that's what it was called. We were on a French soil, I had flashes of Madame Cooper rolling her eyes as I butchered the French language, with this in mind at the first ...
... the country by road tripping which is nice. I chose to go during the season of fall because they say that is the best time to go. its never crowded, the weather is my favorite (cold and cloudy), and the trees and overall places are ten times prettier during this time of year.
$2000 on plane ticket, economy
$350 on hotel for one ...
... in the right direction. Luckily it did and as soon as I spotted our towering hotel, we disembarked and traipsed back to our hotel for a rest and a light snack as we were still full from lunch. A very memorable day indeed. On Saturday, we decided to take the hop on, hop off bus as we wanted to explore the other sights of Paris. After breakfast in a cafe on the Champs élysées ( because we can lol), we boarded the bus and got off at the Place de Concorde which Is a ...
... of the Eiffel Tower. The tower sparkles on the hour during the evening and the tour is well timed to leave the tour as it is sparkling and return as it sparkles! Many of the famous sites are well lit and seeing them at night adds another perspective. Following the river cruise we were taken by bus to see Moulin Rouge - the 11.30pm show. This is just as I imagined but with double the feathers and jewels. Some wonderful acts - a young ...
... in their twenties who immediately got off the metro as the doors closed. Well, they were pick-pockets!! I didn't realize it until I got to the airport.
All is well that ends well and Rebecca even thinks my travel insurance will cover the cost of my new passport. But I loved that passport! It was almost full! In fact when I showed it on entry to France he said I needed some new pages.
C'est la vie!