Mercure Paris Porte De Versailles Vaugirard
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... stole the show.
We we met our traveling folks at Notre Dame. Lunch was at an out door restaurant. Interesting how all the chairs face the road so you can watch the people. Ate a ham baguette with my favorite European drink....cold beer. Deb enjoyed the same sandwich with her favorite drink. Tap water. She likes ice but they don't like serving it. Whoops, they didn't bring tap water but a ...
... first ride was the Sky Chairs which were breathtakingly (not in a good way) high. We stopped in front of this swinging arm thing, with two carriages on either end of an arm span that had to be close to 50, they load up 16 people and fling them around at up to 5.5Gs. They even have clear face covers over each seat so that if you lose your lunch you don't ruin anyone elses day. As I was sitting at the exit point astounded and snapping away, I realised my foot was sliding ...
... the beer weren't bad, either! I also had the privilege of staying in a Bateman public house, the Woolpack Inn, so was able to sample the brew of my brethren well into the night!
Two personal pilgrimages in two days, both well and truly off the beaten track, but the bright lights of some of Europe's biggest smokes were beckoning...Paris the first amongst them! Now, I mentioned in my last blog that I hadn't 'found myself' during my time in ...
Disneyland was the most exciting part of my visit! The rides were spectacular, Everything feels family friendly, The parades are magical and the whole thing just makes you feel like a child again! Disneyland is definitely a must on your itinerary.
... at Vernon at just after 11:00. Near the train station there is a bus that goes to Giverny. It is a tour bus, not a city bus, that costs 4 euro each way. It was waiting there when the train got in. The bus ride to Giverny is about 15 minutes. The day started foggy and it was still foggy when we got to Giverny. It was just as well we hadn't got there earlier because it was quite cool and damp with the fog. We ...