Mercure Paris Porte De Versailles Vaugirard
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... were actually okay.
Our last night in Europe, not quite what we planned but funny and memorable anyway, and a couple of drinks to sign off with!
Ciao, Au revoir, Bok!
Phil- Long day, but that's what happens when you travel. Watching Wendy stand to her full height and give the staff, who were doing a bad job, a bit of encouragement was very funny. All makes for fun times away.
Look out Australia, we is coming home.!!,
As some have noticed and commented, we stopped updating the blog for several months. Though we were living abroad in Paris, it wasn't exactly vacation, and so the idea of blogging didn't really strike us. After all, most days consisted of our normal daily routines: breakfast and the news, going off to work, coming home and having dinner, doing more work, maybe a bit more news (or the Olympics, or the World Cup). Not ...
... a tent. The weather was just about warm enough, and we were hoping we wouldn’t freeze too badly overnight. Our first stop in France was the town of Arras. This is only about a 1.5 hour drive from the ferry terminal and it is a pretty easy town to navigate. The town itself is decent and there are many old buildings which have lovely architecture to admire.
It was only an overnight stop in Arras, and that was all ...
... away whilst Ronny and Santy order some items from the dine in menu). I suppose we'll just have to save the rest for dessert after dinner (wish you were here to join me Lee). With many of the shopping and site seeing out of the way, Ronny and Santy choose to dine on my end of the town where the Moulin Rouge, Art and Red light district are (we've dined on and near the Champs Élysées, Eiffel Tower, Lourve the past few days). I forgot to ...
... on the French side. Arrived in Paris Gare du Nord at 1.50pm. Paris is 1 hour ahead of London so it's about a 2 1/2 hour trip. We bought metro tickets at the station and then caught the metro to Charles michel station with one change at odeon. Walked from the metro station to our hotel, adagio apartments. Once checked into our room at 3pm we walked to the Eiffel Tower, passing the hotel we stayed in last time on the way, checked out ...