Novotel Poissy Orgeval
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Amiens - just over an hour.
we had booked a car the night before, so made our way through Amiens to the car hire place, and picked up our Renault.
Amiens is a very pretty town, so we decided to spend a bit of time here after our trip to V-B.
Thankfully, the car was automatic, as I have been a bit worried about driving a left-hand drive manual, Worked out how to use the in-built GPS, and we are on our way - it was ...
... They ended up charging her 50€ on top of the 10€ she had already paid for the ticket. She hadn’t printed out the receipt when she bought the ticket so there was no proof, and the French authorities had no pity. So travel tip #1: Always hang on to your train/metro ticket even if you don’t think you need it again, and make sure to print out a receipt as well. The rest of the train ride was rather uneventful.
... and immigration, we hopped in to the car and Tour Director Neil and his faithful companion Tom Tom, with a rather distinctive female voice, drove us to Pisa to check out the Tower. She got us there! The tower itself is very impressive. You kinda wonder how it does not topple over given the tilt. (Might now have something to do with the extensive underpinning they did a few years back) Whilst we did not go to the top, as you had to buy ticket and wait some 3 hours ...
... family and friends so you are all covered. But that isn't until tomorrow so I am getting ahead of myself!! Checked out what time Masses were at Notre Dame so we would know for the following day. Might as well get Mass and sightseeing all in the one place! The girls wanted subway so I sent Brent on to get a table. When I arrived, however, the waiter said they were unable to eat their subway there so we had to leave. After they finished I we decided to I go elsewhere for ...
... whenever I go over a speed bump. We also have tons of funny conversations in the car. It's something that I probably won't experience again for a veeeeerrryyyyy long time.
Call me "m'am" in the US and you will get the death glare. Call me "mademoiselle" or "madame" in France, and it's charming. I understand that "m'am" is just the contraction of "madam" aka "madame," but there's something about being ...