Mercure Paris Sud Les Ulis
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... non existent but I like to think I get the drift of what's happening... So the canal was finished in the 1825 to save the boats navigating 24km of tortuous Seine .... Or the sign said nothing like that and I've made it all up. Having got to the canal I arrived just after a tourist boat so followed it up the series of opening bridges and locks..... and the overhead footbridges mean you can stand ...
... city. Had great fun buying lots of souvenirs. So tired, sore and hungry I made my way back to the apt. Ate and coffeed in bed and went to sleep. Woke with a terrible rush of vertigo !!! Washed dishes. Tried to convince James to take me to jazz but he wouldn't !!! It would have been a highlight to have done that in Paris. Too scared to do it on my own !!! We had dinner again downstairs. My penne was delicious. James went off to take photos before the light ...
... really have very little grasp of history in NZ and I certainly plan to read more books when I get home. Came back to the apartment after the wax museum and were so tired that we all promptly fell asleep about 4.30 pm, intending to have a short nap, but I woke up at midnight and then couldn't go back to sleep. So I've set my body clock all wrong again, just when I was beginning to get over jet lag. Chris and Hannah were OK, as they slept through till about 4 ...
... modern part of Paris ( we agreed that we liked our traditional Paris much better). We got caught in some crazy traffic because of some protests going on. I don't think we could ever get used to the Parisians way of driving. We also got on the bus that took us around Montmarte and saw some of the sights around there. After stopping for some macarons and chocolate croissants ...
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The next day was a sad one. We had to leave Paris. We took a pit stop in a place called Colmar. It was half French and half German which was really cool! Dr. Horcicka said that if you order a meal you would usually get a mix of the traditional foods for both France and Germany. I loved Colmar. I wish I could have stayed there longer. It was really small but the streets were so cute. I love the little streets!!! We only got to stay for an hour and a ...