Mercure Paris Le Bourget
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... I left the hostel around 10am and didn't get back until after 8pm. On the bus, we drove by the opera house that is the setting for phantom of the opera - so cool! Apparently when it was being built there was a lot of water there which made building the foundation difficult, hence why in the movie there is a lake below (for those that have seen the movie). After this, I got off the bus to visit the Louvre. I again had to visit Paul's patisserie, which I'm pretty ...
... seen the outside. It was still a fabulous building and I got some great shots. Also got some great pics of the Eiffel Tower from here. Oh well. This left me in a quandary. I was too early for my booking and too late to get anywhere else (and have time to see that thing properly). So I ate lunch and faffed around. - The Eiffel Tower - in one sense there's not a lot I can say. You can't describe views well in words. Pictures generally do that better. But the structure and location ...
... of hours in the garden. Maddy and I mainly played in the sandpit down the back whilst Mum and Dad looked at all the sculptures. When they were finished we walked about 10 mins down the road to the Musée d'Orsay.
The Musée d'Orsay is a museum in Paris, France, on the left bank of the Seine. It is housed in the former Gare d'Orsay, a Beaux-Arts railway station built between 1898 and 1900. The museum holds mainly French art dating from 1848 ...
This lovely little village on the border of Spain is we're we will begin our walk. There is a line to register at the pilgrim office but once inside we are provided our "passport" which will allow access to the alberges (hostels), the volunteers working there find us a bed for ...
... is a whole leg of lamb that they carve for you at the table. For entree, I had marrow (the gooey inside of lamb bones) on crusty bread! Yum! Matt had snails (ew!) and Geoff had clams. For main, Geoff had the lamb, I had duck and Matt had beef tartare (pretty much raw beef mince with vinegar). For dessert, Geoff had strawberry crumble and I had a profiterole. Another great dinner. By the end of this day of food, we could barely fit our ...