Premiere Classe Le Blanc Mesnil
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... from Provence now living in Paris. In describing how difficult it was for governments to make decisions in France due to the variety of points of view he noted former President Charles de Gaulle once mentioned how difficult it was to lead a nation that had 329 different cheeses! We are now on the road to Dijon, a nice journey through the ...
... the calories. Besides checking out the narrow streets we made our way to the historic Saint Catherine Church. This is the oldest wooden church in France having been built in the fifteenth century. It is quite unique in that the internal roof looks like an upside down boat. It is also unique in that the bell tower is housed in a different building across the courtyard. On our way back to Paris we visited the coastal towns of Trouville and Deauville. ...
... Champs- Élysées there was a lot of sirens and police on motorbikes making way for a number of black cars to get through the traffic , obviously there was someone very important in one of the cars, we later learned it was the Chancellor of Germany, Angela Merkell, we couldn't see her due to the dark windows in the car but everyone certainly moved out of the way.After they had all passed we walked down the avenue of Champs-Élysées, it is 1.9 km long and 70 ...
... commemorates the 200,000 French who died in the concentration camps. We couldn't find it. Turns out it is being renovated, and is currently behind a tall fence! We then crossed the Seine on a bridge whose sides are full of padlocks that people have written on and fastened to the mesh. It is solid locks! We wandered the Left Bank bookstalls, went into the Latin Quarter to grab some lunch, touched base at the English ...
... on board the orange bus to the Esplanade Des Invalides & walked across the Seine & ended up on the Avenue Des Champs Elysees. Walked past the grand Palais & the Petit Palais. Very warm day in Paris. Walked up the Avenue Des Champs Elysees to the Arc De Triomphe. 9.50 EUR each thanks for coming! Quite a few steps to reach the top of the Arc De Triomphe. Great view from the top. Noticed that there were quite a few elderly people who were there. Some even taking ...