Premiere Classe St Ouen L'aumone
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... we have been in Paris. We climb into that fog, via the first floor where you can stand on the glass and look at the world below. There is also a tiny skating rink set up for the holiday season up here, because what else would you want to do on the Eiffel Tower than skate? It`s a bizarre notion. I figured the tower would be draw enough, you don't have to further entice people with the prospect of ice skating at a ...
... we could want. And have I mentioned the view? Wanting to get in to the whole French spirit, we all needed to sample the cuisine. Right nearby was a restaurant that catered to our needs perfectly and so we all sampled snails and frogs legs. Rightaway Annalise loved the snails! She is such a source of joy and amazement always! By this time we were all quite tired after a fairly long day ...
... is a little cobbled street with shuttered windowed apartments lining the street. We have been out shopping for cheeses, fruits, baguettes and champagne so that we have got the right spirit. We went for a walk and again got hopelessly lost for an hour or so but all was good when we asked a few fumbling questions in French we got closer to home.....and found it.....we were ready for ...
... some time. Apparently the ferry was delayed due to some mechanical issue they were having with a door or something. The ferry trip itself didn't take so long, but then it again took a while for the bus to be able to exit the ferry - it had to do a 3 point turn to go out the way it had come in - and drop me off in front of the ferry terminal - which after losing an hour due to the timezone change was at around 5.30pm. At the exact moment that the bus dropped me off and I walked to ...
... the way, we stopped by the Canadian war memorial, and were able to see the trenches that had been dug during the war and the monument erected to commemorate it.
Back on the bus, we were slightly disappointed to see that the weather hadn't picked up, and worried that we'd be settng up our tents in the rain. Sure enough, as we arrived in Paris, we were shown how to set up our two - man tents while our bags lay in the rain until ...