Mercure Orly Aeroport
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... From London it made our overall fare lower to fly the extra 157 miles to Manchester with British Airways rather than finish our journey at Heathrow. Our flights will see us travel a total of 10,694 miles for a cost of £397 each or a little over 3.5p per mile.
It took some time to find this fare but having tried various combinations of destinations and origins and weighing that up against getting to and from the airport and hotel options it seemed sensible ...
This is long overdue! I locked myself out of the travel log and couldn't remember my password! Anyway let's go back to our departure. It had been a hellava week, with a quick trip up to Sydney for Gourmet Traveller Winemaker of the Year dinner on Thursday back on Friday. Jeff worked cellar door on Saturday, while I washed ironed and packed. We finally got on the road at 5pm, plenty of time but you know there is always that unforeseen circumstance - luckily not this time. ...
... Seine and around the Place de la Concorde where we looked left up the Champs des Élysées and right toward the Louvre. We then drove up the avenue and disembarked at the Arc de Triomphe. We headed into the underground tunnel and up under the Arc. I'm bloody starving and faint at this point so it's back through the tunnel.. I see pizza.. Yes. Sit. Order. Eat with a view of the Arc de Triomphe. I really ...
Did you know there are 6 million people buried 20 metres under the streets of Paris, but only 1/2 that number living above ? Did you know there are 150 kilometres of these under ground tunnels originally used as underground quarries directly under Paris? In the 1700's they decided to close all the cemeteries is Paris as the smell was becoming a problem ! They exhumed all the bodies at night and transferred them. 6 million in ...
... collections of impressionist and post-impressionist masterpieces by Monet, Manet, Degas, Renoir, Cézanne, Seurat, Sisley, Gauguin and Van Gogh have called this museum home since opening in 1986. It is also the place where the movie 'Hugo' was revolved around. It was interesting for a bit but I really do not have that real art appreciation, for paintings especially. Listening to Alejandro talk about each painter and his evolvement in their respective periods ...