Travel Blogs from Villepinte
... from the Station but we weren't sure which one any more.
Luckily enough it was behind the first corner we tried.
After settling and leaving for food we returned to a sauna of a room. Apparently our radiator (not attached to the wall) was left on full. So we are now settling in for an overly hot nights sleep, training for Asia perhaps?
At least we know our way back to CDG for tomorrows flight, thats our silver ...
... According to a most enlightening DVD on Paris, the younger generation prefer modernity in buildings. Must be easier also for anyone suffering a disability. More walking then caught a Batobus to view a river aspect. It is a hop on and off boat - a very relaxing way of transport. At Musee D'Orsay we booked tickets for the next day. In the square a very talented violinist was ...
As for me I’m not on my way to Burundi. I’m now in Paris, but still have a long trip before me. I left Dallas yesterday at 1:00 pm on a flight to Boston, where I had only a few minutes before boarding the overnight flight to Paris. Here I have a 3 hour layover before an even longer flight to Nairobi, which I will leave just before midnight local time for a flight to Bujumbura via Kigali. I should arrive at a little before 2:00 am (!) and hopefully grab a ...
... I didn't quite enjoy it as much this time around. (And yet another blessing from The Lord-it did not make me sick!) Afterwards we headed off to the catacombs. The line was long but we did have a lovely time playing a word game with the Australian couple behind us. (By the way, if you can name another country that starts with an O besides Oman, I'd really like to know it.) the catacombs are really long tunnels ...
Awoke to a glorious sunny day; would have been a hot day to ride. Went for a pre-breaky walk up to the top of the old ecluses; beautiful in the early morning light. Sat and contemplated, recorded some birdsong; so much here!
Back for a last breakfast on board; a fantastic omelette/frittata. Went for a walk whilst we waited for the bus, after paying our bills.
Bus came and we piled in after heartfelt thanks to Martin and Joop (Arie left ...
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