Hilton Paris Orly Airport
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... day will see us make a short hop of just over an hour to Jacksonville in north Florida arriving at around 1910 local time.
Before we catch our homeward flight we have about 4,000 miles of driving to do as we travel across ten US States from Florida to California taking over four and a half weeks. Very little of this trip will be a repeat of any of our previous USA holidays with the exception of visiting Las Vegas which we last did ten or so years ago so it ...
... called Brantome. Really beautiful village and a great market happening. I bought some lovely little bowls and olives and tapenade for nibbles. We headed back to the chateau for leftover chicken for lunch as the kids wanted to hang by the pool. We started with a choice of G&T's, Campari or Heidseck rose champagne on the terrace before the bus arrived at 7.30 to take us out to a restaurant. I had organised this and booked a local brasserie. A ...
I woke up at 5:30 this morning to my mother snoring. Decided it was close enough to 7am and jumped in the shower to begin the day. Mum woke up to find me eating cereal on the toilet so I didn't wake her. We were out the door at 7 straight across the road to the coffee house to get my fix. We then wondered up the invalids street towards Notre Dame. We walked to the Seine and along its banks seeing the remainders of ...
... Parisian architecture. We found a great cafe, as in a modern cafe with lattes, etc. and lots of coffee paraphernalia - so why on earth would they be making coffee with long-life milk?? Anyone known the answer to this question??? Is it an attempt by purists to force us to drink espresso?? The Luxembourg gardens are just magnificent - beautiful trees and flowers and ...
... The ethnic mix is immediately evident in the food shops - bakeries with bagels, cakes with poppyseed, and walnut fillings (even a pretty close replica of beigli) and a range of cakes that would be at home in Glenhuntley or Bondi plus felaffel and other middle eastern takeaway fare. Yes I did have a very fat poppyseed slice! The district also houses a wide array of clothing, fashion, jewelery, art and ...