Novotel Paris Orly Rungis
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Everything clean, new building, looks good
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... cocktails followed by a visit to Paolo. I think it is a bit too close! We had a quick glass and some cheese and choofed off home about midnight. Well it was a sensational sunny day today and in considerations of a great win I went the extra yard and an extra lap around Parc Moneau this morning. I was feeling the love and went with it! Up to KB for coffee but you know a bit disappointing, quite bitter. Will have to refer to Telescope down in the 1st I think for a decent coffee. Out ...
We went up the Eiffel Tower we went to the top
We went under the scenes of the Eiffel Tower
It was Aaaaaaaaammmmmmaaaaazzzziiinnnggg
we spent five days in Paris.the weather was beautiful and we saw heaps of sights.we went to the Eiffel Tower and did a behind the scenes tour.we saw underground and how the lifts worked and ...
... and it is good luck to touch her 'boobs' - bronzework is considerably lighter around the bust area. On to other historic sites, an old vineyard still yielding wine and on the huge Basilica high on the hill of Montemarte and overlooking Paris. Made our slow way by bus back to our hotel. Had dinner in a Pizza restaurant and at 9pm caught a train from Sorbonne de Cluny to Eiffel Tower. Our entry by lift ...
... when it's raining or cold, are stooges. Well today there wasn't a cloud in the sky and the ride around Paris was a great way to get acclimated to the city. The "red line" takes you past all of the famous things in Paris. That took a good two hours and was very enjoyable. The city is so elegant and grand with its tree-lined streets and ornate architecture. I'm very glad I did this because it ...
... br> rustic tree hut loft thing with the Eiffel tower out our windows (aww
yeah). The owner was nice and had a quick guitar/harmonica jam with
D. We then strolled down the road to find a supermarket for Mum's
delicious homemade french dinner which we washed down with some
Häagen-Dazs Ice cream (macadamia nut brittle flavored) and fell
asleep chilling like French. Grace