Mercure Paris Convention Parc Expo
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... look at even the Mona Lisa (worlds most overrated painting!?)
By 7pm we started our last Fat Tire tour. Had a fair bit of "transit" time on this tour and it certainly wasn't the best one we've been on. The hostess probably wasn't the best guide we've had. Safe to say we are experts at bicycle riding on Europe streets now. The tour also included a river cruise - unfortunately there had been ...
We expect to drive through the scenic Kent country side to the white cliffs of Dover. From there we will cross the English Channel by ferry to Calais, France - while traveling through the battlefields of the Somme all the way to France's glittering capital, Paris.
... it. It was quite late when we got home and I caught up on some sleep. The next day we went to the Eiffel tower because it was in walking distance but the lines were really big so we didn't go to it and it was a really cloudy day so it wouldn't have been a very good at all. We then took a Batobus (a bus tour) to the Notre Dame. The lines there were also really big but they moved really fast and Dad went off to get money and said he would ...
... bag), I certainly wasn't going to pick them up - this didn't seem to worry one guy, who despite all the signs, picked up a skull and took his photo with it! Once we popped out the other end, it was promptly decided by all of us that we can't make a decision - so Tom took the lead (loosely translated: wandered off in a random direction) and we all followed him. We ended up at a patisserie where I ordered the tartlette pomme, Gerard ordered the "round brown thing" and the others had ...
... the central crypt of the Eglise du Dome Church at the Hotel des Invalides, which is situated on the Esplanade des Invalides, within the 7th Arrondissement, in the city of Paris. The remains of the emperor, inside the sarcophagus, are protected by six concentric coffins, built from different materials, including mahogany, ebony, and oak, all one inside the other.
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