Premiere Classe St Ouen L'aumone
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Pets allowed
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... for our picnic. And it was such a feast! We started with cheeses - triple cream Brie with a layer of truffle inside, a young goats cheese, and an aged goats cheese. Then some of the cold meats we'd collected - all different meats and preparations and things I haven't eaten before. Of course, were also chomping all this down with plenty of fresh baguette and tasting the wines that had been bought. Then some more cheese to finish off - a smoky cheddar type, ...
Well I woke with an immensely saw throat so I think the bug has been passed on - but we all know the difference between man flu and what a woman can suffer. LOL. So it was a full day of sight seeing, no day of rest for me. Starting with the Musee de Rodin, very thought provoking - excuse the pun. We wander through ...
Posted by Andrew Sadowski
Geez it's a long way to Paris from Darlinghurst - about 25 hours door to door.
QF leg was very ordinary - Emirates leg from Dubai was much much better.
The solid 4 read and viewed a lot of stuff,, The Big Ring did some research on Marco Pantani, Captain read a book on the Rise and Fall of Australia by Nick Bryant, Paulo started his research PHD on ...
By 9am we were out the door and headed toward the Paris catacombs which opened at 10. After navigating the complex Paris subway metro system we arrived near the catacombs only to discover the lineup was 300+ people and would take over 2 hours to actually get in, we opted for our backup plan which was to wander around the nearby Luxembourg gardens. After a short walk we arrived at the gardens and explored the quite large park before exiting toward the Louvre. Being about ...
... Gas is expensive. $6.50 per gallon for diesel and about $8 for gasoline. It pays to rent a diesel car in Europe and it is wise to get the smallest car possible, if necessary. Learn to say hello, goodbye, and thank you in the languages you'll hear. It is appreciated. Wi-fi is almost non-existent in Italy and the small towns in France. Ice is not common. Bring some refreezable plastic ice cubes or small ice trays for your drink if you want ice. But ...