Mercure Compiegne Sud
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... the counter was pleasant and for 3 euro...I was in. Well...he had some neat stuff andd I had looked through it all in about 5 minutes...I dragged out 5 more to not make it look like I ran through the place. He had a pretty cool paper weight of some "Nuts" I chucked at that. History lesson for those not in the know again
General McAuliffe was in charge when Bastogne was surrounded during the Battle the Bulge the 101 airborne division was defending the ...
... made friends with an old horse named "Galant". He was such a sweet horse. It would have been amazing to go for a ride out in the woods. Right before we headed to the station we stopped to get John some French pastries. He got a chocolate eclair and I got some sort of round thing with a shiny top.
We decided to take the long route back to Paris. Instead of taking the direct 40 minute train, we took the 2 hour train with a transfer. We got to see ...
... rolled and I don't know how parents let them! Either way, this experience was my favorite part of the trip. Oh also the washrooms on the street are self cleaning. Like vancouvers but they look way more inviting! It still stunk but what do you do? We took the metro home to change and found a cute little sidewalk table to share a jug of wine to end our night. They have a few sizes of wine by the glass and pitcher. And it's pretty cheap. Big bonus ;) This concludes our day ...
... all, without paying the admission fee of £9.50 at the entrance to the Close. Bearing in mind my limited time, it really isn't worth paying this much for a quick visit, so after a brief walk round the city, I'm back on the road again.
When I get to Dover, I'm just in time to be transferred onto an earlier ferry, which will mean that my arrival in Compiegne will not be as late as I was expecting. Does anybody use ferries any more? This one's nearly empty (of both ...
... and cream salad for the first course and pollock (fish) on a bed of mashed vegetables. Both were delicious. As we ate we caught up on all the news both personal and church and discussed events in the world and other items helpful to our mutual faith.
When Alex headed back to work (French workers often get up to two hours off for lunch - and then work later), I went to the gigantic Louvre ...