Mercure Paris Sud Parc Du Coudray
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... t cheap, and I wish I could tell
you they built the tunnel out of glass so you can watch the sea as you pass
through it! But alas that would be a lie as once onboard the train we both
dropped. Physically dropped. It was as if the last few hours someone had been
controlling us like string puppets and they cut the strings and let us finally
dip into peace.
The train was relatively quick…. Well an
hour quicker than we thought as the ...
... I'd finish in the last three with burning wobbly jelly legs and shivering, suffering from second degree exposure. Lets face it my legs aren't made for running, they are perfectly formed but are too short and stumpy for running. I think they are good legs for a stroll and occasionally have been known to do a bit of marching, but nothing too strenuous.
That's the way I've been thinking about a visit to the Louvre. The place is ...
The Eiffel Tower was our challenge today, to scale to great heights and to enjoy the sights and sounds of Paris. A short walk from our apartment and we were standing beneath an incredible feat of engineering dating back to the 19th Century. We were part of the thousands of people marvelling at the tower stretching 324metres - eighty one storeys - into the air. The queues were long and security tight. It was a case of patience was required, ...
... issue to the counter, and the cashier tossed a small bag of white Haribo gummies on top of my magazine. I said "Aww, merci, c'est très gentile", to show my appreciation, and he gave a wink. Maybe I was the first girl he'd seen to ever buy a GQ? Who knows. Then I bought an Orangina soda from a vending machine and ate a salmon salad. It was my final meal in Paris and I never had a chance to go back to the Rotisserie d'en face, so I settled with an airport salmon salad. ...
... understand why as they have no lanes so I think everyone just goes around with their eyes closed and fingers crossed. We then went to galleries Lafayette. It's a designer shopping centre with a beautiful stained glass roof. They cleverly divided the shopping centre into a men's and women's which connect via a bridge. We didn't buy anything but we took lots of pictures of the roof. It was really beautiful. Later, we went for dinner to a ...
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