Holiday Inn Paris Marne La Vallee
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Today we woke up at 7:00. we went down for breakfast and then we headed back up to our room to grab our backpacks. We then went and boarded the bus. Today we are headed to Paris!! It's about a 3 hour drive. On our way we stopped at the Vimy Ridge Memorial. It was really cool!! We met a lady there who gave us a description of it and little Vimy …
... you have to go through big doors with a security code, through an alleyway with post boxes, through a courtyard with pots and flowers and into a little dark entryway and then a little dark wooden door. The apartment has no windows, only two skylights which fortunately open so we can get some air, but it still does get very hot in here. Hannah is still coughing quite a lot but she is feeling better and her cough has improved. This morning we got ready for church and walked over the ...
... a wait of about one hour. The view from the Bell-tower was really inspiring and gives yet another view of this vibrant and busy city. By this time it was time for lunch (1500) and ten we had to get back to the unit so Joel could collect his gear and get off to catch a plane back to Geneva. This is the 1st time we have been without Joel, our tour guide; Sandy is a little ...
... sleep we knew we had another day of traveling, we made our way to the train station after breakfast where we caught the TGV to Surgeres where our friend Bob was going to pick us up and take us to our yacht Sega in Rochefort. The train was comfortable and fast, we reached 269 km an hour at one point so our journey wasn't going to take too long. After having lunch, reading and watching a film on the iPad we were there. Getting back on Sega was ...
Our first truly quiet day, with study, salad lunch in the department store (a small plate of salad of choice, a bread roll and cheese, glass of wine, and a shared millefeuille) with a wonderful view of the Hotel de Ville and the Seine behind it. Beats the canteen in DJs. Meg bought a smart black bag with shoulder strap for school and then we came back home for ironing and drying the washing round the room. A little more French preparation and it will be time for sundowners. We went out ...