Premiere Classe Roissy-Goussainville
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- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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Today we joined thousands who have participated in one of the largest art projects I have ever Seen. With over 60000 sculptures to be made by 2018. This project was for the thousands who died on Belgium soil. After this we got a great deal at the chocolate shop! We then drove to Paris and almost caused a traffic jam and then after almost got ...
... The kings and relatives from 10-18th centuries were buried in the Basilica and life size statues placed on top. The attention given these burials and personages seems a little sacrilegious especially since at the time of the revolution the tombs were opened and the remains all thrown into a pit with lime to destroy them. The church nonetheless is impressive in it's scale and ...
... the third time in hopes of actually understanding it this time.
After the Louvre, we found another Starbucks and a Laduree shop to get some macaroons from. We then headed to Notre Dame Cathedral. On the way, we found the Love Lock Bridge. It was really cool but all the happy couples around made me sort of wish I was sharing the experience with Nick. Notre Dame was an amazing Gothic-style cathedral and I lit a prayer candle in memory of Mr. Dummar. After Notre Dame, we ...
... you just didn't go where they were, particularly swimming. He was very adamant I was still very brave. I went back in and told Brad who thought it was very funny! The waiter inside decided to give us a complimentary digestive because of Kylie. It was vey nice. When we went to leave Brad told the man outside that we ate crocodiles and I said we used the skin for bags, shoes and belts. He said Non!! We said Yes! He repeated how brave we were. Very funny ...
... to give up drinking with the antibiotic so I didn't ask. The lesson is always not to ask anything if you suspect you won't like the answer!
So had a quiet lunch of a French Onion soup and, had a little look round, read my book and waited to go to the theatre. I ordered the taxi early so I could have a drink there. I showed the driver my ticket which stated it was at the Notre Dam opera house and he dropped ...