Mercure Paris Roissy Charles de Gaulle
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- Shuttle bus service
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Room service
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... to the church La Madeline. It is really cool because it doesn't look like a typical church on the outside (I promise this isn't the pantheon).
Then I made my way to meet up with Michelle at the hotel and was very helpful for the metro app that told me what route to take. When I got there, she and I got settled and then went on an excursion in search of Wifi before Michael got there (we got turned around and didn't find it that ...
Well looks like this weekend is going to be spectacular with temps in the mid 20's. Off for a run, then up to KB to meet peter and Elaine for coffee/brunch. KB do great coffee but not really brunch so we walked a block down rue des martyrs to Pane quotidien. Nice brekky and great to see peter and Elaine again and catch up on their news. Bumped into Steph in the street and decided such a lovely day we should just stay out in it ...
... but quite nice.
Got our things unloaded and the bed pulled out and went to find someplace nearby for a bite to eat and a drink with Stefan and Marianne. Marc had left a list of places to eat nearby and this was one of them. Ordered a few things with enough for some leftovers for breakfast and had a few drinks and then agreed to meet Stefan and Marianne at their place the next morning around 10:00 a.m.
... use our ride ticket then so we wouldn't have to backtrack to use it later. The balloon had just gone up, but the next launch would be in a few minutes. We lined up and as it was time to board, they announced service had been suspended due to high winds. I am not sure which weather service they were getting their info from, but there was barely a whisp of wind..let alone enough to suspend service. They informed us that it may resume later in the day, but if not, our tickets were ...
... level. I think from top to bottom it took us about half an hour. My feet were killing me so it was most uncomfortable having to stand around in lines. We were all tired and it wasn't really very enjoyable! I think half way through getting there we wished we had come another day! But the view at the top was fantastic. It was so high - it was a bit scary going up in the lift! The third level is 276m above ground. It was designed by Gustave Eiffel and constructed ...