Novotel Paris CDG Terminal
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So here we are back in rainy Paris. Austria has just been wonderful and is definitely on my list of top 5 places to visit. Clean, safe and friendly.
we were really quite surprised to see no security or police at CDG airport.
This has been one hell of a good holiday, catching up with friends, means ages from all over the globe and perfect …
... we went shopping down Main Street, what a stressful experience I had to get both sammys gift and I couldn't find either of them the perfect gift so I ended up settling. But I think they will like them. The highlight of the night was the dream show. They lit up the castle and projected images on it going through each disney character singing songs doing skits. There was lazers and Fire works. It was amazing I was so sad when it ended I didn't want to go home. I have to go back ...
... and sort out these stupid phones, the concierge won but Optus be very afraid when I get home.
The ferry crossing from Dover to Calais took, about 1 and half hours, and no Jacinta I didn't sing the song out loud just in my head, it was fairly uneventful apart from Alan's phone this time going berserk in the middle of the English Channel welcoming him to France, ironically Optus may have finally got it right and we both have full service here in France...ok ...
... and Martin took us around to see the sights - Champs Elysée, Arc De Triumph, Concorde, and many buildings, churches and museums. We then stopped at a restaurant for real French Champagne (which we downed like water) and escargot - snails (which everyone was excited to try except Chloe who refused). We hopped back onto the bus and continued driving around when Jess told us to look in a buildings windows to try and see Napoleons face as it has been seen before, ...
... Swiss franks, just like the shopping trollers at home, you get it back when you return the trolley. But the boards don't tell you what platform the train will arrive on until less than 30 minutes before it arrives. Then you have to align yourself with the intended carriage, in our case carriage 11. We were told our bikes would go onto a baggage car so we were also keeping our eyes out for that (also carriage 11???). Just before the train pulls in, they tell us that ...