Mercure Paris Roissy Charles de Gaulle
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... Park, James and I enjoyed our picnic while listening to the live French Opera concert which was beautiful and added to the serenity of the evening. Soon it was 11pm and time for the firework display off the Eiffel Tower. Words can not describe the next 40 minutes as I stood in awe among probably another million people watching the most spectacular firework display I had ever seen accompanied by music which matched the theme of 'war and peace' (marking the 100th year since ...
... an old windmill. Passed on the snails, they were described as a bit oyster like in texture but a nice flavour - just couldn't do it. Nathalie's daughter Lucy and her friend fleurianne joined us there as did Domonique later on. After dinner we went walking up the hill to Sacre Ceur which is a huge cathedral on the highest point in Paris. A wonderful view from there, could even see the Eiffel Tower from there all lit up. More walking back to the ...
... are near anything important, it is time for one. Of course, I am required to be in them. In front of the teacups, in front of Buzz Light Year, in front of the front gates, in front of a big rock. It was exhausting. In exchange, I took her on a number of the scary rides which she survived. Dinner was at Planet Hollywood before another free journey home.
Sunday we packed up our little backpacks and ventured out for the day before our ...
... things, like some baby clothes from
Paris for a person in my office who just had a baby girl two days ago.
Spent the day revisiting my old haunts and enjoying a 72 degree,
sunny day which has been the warmest since I left California. Remembering my dad, who is no longer with us,
who took me here for my first time in 2006.
Tomorrow I’ve booked a tour to Fountainbleau and Veaux le Vicomte which
leaves at 9am ...
After 25 hours we arrived in France. After a short train trip from the airport (now there's a clever idea...) we end up in Paris about 10am... Well somewhere in Paris. Not too sure where yet, bloody big town. Annie has tested out the French language and we managed to order two chocolate milkshakes in the closest little cafe we could find from our hotel. ...