Mercure Paris Roissy Charles de Gaulle
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THURSDAY, MAY 8, 2014 - ELEVENTH DAY
We met downstairs for breakfast at 8:30. Robert had already called the tour company and reserved a tour for us at 1:15 pm. We went to the Metro to go to Sacre Coeur. Wayne and I went up on the tram called a , but Jan & Robert, because they are so much younger, walked up the steps. Wayne, of course, could have, and probably wanted to, climb the steps with them, but didn't want to leave me. It ...
... During the day Nick took our group around, he was born in Wales, although his accent is very British and had been living in Paris for 11 years with his Parisian wife. (need to get map and work out where we went) He had lots of different stories to tell about the buildings, Louis XIV, XV and XVI and Paris in general. Gave some great tips of what museums to go to which was great because that was going to be my plan ...
... around them, but in mine you actually see the connection I had with her because I am all scrunched into her. So to have a photo of that moment will always remind me of how fantastic she was to me. It was just amazing!
The last part of my day involved buying a ticket to the Meeting Room at the end of the day for a more intimate Q and A with all the girls, so I was very excited about that and to spend more time hearing things. So that was right at the end of the ...
... as I entered the shop!!
BHV is an old department store which traditionally had bargain prices. These days, it seems like any other large city department store-except that it has a basement hardware department which drew Gary like a magnet. Here, he found Parisian style house numbers for Magnolia Avenue: 1328.
Le Baron Rouge
Not far from the very lively Saturday market at Place d’Aligre where our favorite ...
... the foyer! We pushed our way through and got the lift. There are 12 floors with 70 rooms on ten of the floors - it's huge. Picked up our washing from the dryer and sorted our bags and belongings ready for tomorrow - at least I did. The boys think they'll have time in the morning ....... We'll see! As long as we don't forget anything. Belgium tomorrow! That will be the 7th country we have visited so far. Bed time - Liam's complaining he can't get to sleep. Au revoir, bonne nuit, ...