Novotel Paris Porte d'Italie
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... the afternoon, and collapsed onto sofas and beds as soon as we fell in the door of the apartment. Plans for a lovely dinner at a brasserie and stroll through the streets soon dissolved into a symphony of snoring- all three of them. As I sit here typing this blog, a glass of red beside me, planning the trip to the Louvre tomorrow, that symphony is just as much music to my ears as the Mozart masterpieces I enjoyed in the gardens today. I am truly ...
... in line and proceeded to shuffle to the front for about 40 minutes in the drizzling rain and unrelenting wind until we finally reached the pyramid and a reprieve from the weather. Apparently the Louvre is the perfect activity for a rainy Parisian day since it was packed with all sorts of tourists. We tried to rent the audio guide in English, just to find that it was sold out. Oh well, I guess we just make it up as we go. We preceded first the Ancient Egyptian ...
By 6:50pm, the omens were poor as Shelley and I shivered and awaited our coach - due at 6:30pm - in the freezing cold of a Midlands' winter evening for a overnight trip to Euro Disney Paris for the scarcely believable return price of £19.95 each. It was then that a taxi arrived, explaining that due to a crash on the M5 we needed to be ferried to Coventry to kick-off the trip. Once deposited in a bleak car park in Cov, which sat beneath a fly over, we waited for ...
... on flying from Dallas to Chicago to Paris to Cairo (American Airlines Dallas-Paris, Air France Paris-Cairo) for a couple of reasons - the tickets from Paris-Cairo were much cheaper than London-Cairo, the layover in Paris was much shorter, and the arrival time in Cairo was 5 hours earlier.
Unfortunately, we ended up sitting in coach from Chicago to Paris. We know that thousands of people do this everyday, but man it's a ...
... sommes ressortis pour
trouver un petit coin pour souper. Nous sommes arrêtés au
restaurant ''L'hostellerie de l'oie qui fume'' sur la rue de la
Harpe. Le service était plaisant. Le souper généreux et très bon.
Benoit a mangé un magret de canard et j'ai goûté à un boeuf
Après avoir bien manger, nous sommes
allés marcher sur le bord de la Seine pour digérer un peu avant
d'aller au petit marché FrancPrix pour chercher une bouteille d'eau