Mercure Paris La Defense 5
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... fog. Laurie on the other hand was well prepared and was launched into conversation straight away to introduce himself to his more advanced class. We met up in the cafeteria just after midday and gave each other that look which said 'what have we done?' One can only hope for improvement. Watch this space! After a baguette and a very slow walk home through St Germain des Pres and the Ile de Cite, ...
... We found a little café and bought a croque monsier (again, a French class clasique). Delicious! Then we boarded the metro to the Concorde stop, where we began our walk east on the Seine to the Musee D’Orsay. We wanted to make sure we weren’t hungry before going into another big museum, so we stopped at a crepe shop to have fromage, oueff, et jambon and sucre et chantilly crepes. Perfect.
As much as we enjoyed the Louvre, the ...
Yesterday (Monday) we did something that I never thought we'd do. We arrived at London Westfield at 10am and left at 4.15pm!! A whole day devoted to shopping. Now most of it was window shopping to be fair but we did buy a few little things including Kate's new Pandora bracelet. There were so many shops and many are interactive enabling the boys to keep active throughout the day. In fact they weren't happy when it was time to leave. Tonight our last evening in London, we went for a ...
... more like 100 years) ago. Driving in Paris can strike fear into even well seasoned travelers, but Ed is a very able driver and breezed right through with no problems. I mentioned earlier in this travel journal that he is quite experienced in driving in some of the worst traffic conditions (think southern Italy!) in Europe.
From Gare du Nord, we took the metro into Paris. I think Paris has the best metro system of any European city ...
... children are quiet and very well behaved. This stressed us out since Emmmanuel and Ellie are both quite loud and accustomed to jumping and running around at home. We imagine a strict old French Madame living below us that will come up to complain very shortly about the noisy kids.
After showing us how the appliances and internet work, the property manager and his guy left. It just felt great being in our own new place. After stressing out ...