Premiere Classe Le Blanc Mesnil
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Anyway - We made it to Paris! We took the ferry over from Dover, England to Calais, France, spent the night in Calais and then drove to Paris today. We did lots of cool stuff in England that didn't make it to our blog yet (like Windsor Castle & Stonehenge). I think Phil is putting together pics while I'm writing this, so I'll just put a few of the kids at the Calais ...
... and parks along the way. Not far from it was the venue, called Alhambra, and the ticket office. Then we walked along rue St. Martin to Place de Républic where we sat in the sun for a beer and great people watching. We continued walking towards the twin gates of St. Denis and past Les Folies Bergère. Then the night of the show we were somewhat surprised to learn that this venue, formerly a cinema, has no ...
... under the arch. At 6.30pm every day there is a ceremony at the flame of the unknown soldier so we stayed and watched this - very ceremonial. This has become the symbol of the arch in modern times - not sure what Napolean would think about it? We decided to walk home to get another walk along the Champs Elysee, the gardens and the Louvre. Found a great little Italian restaurant for dinner - another midnight and we are still out in the ...
After a month of "the great social experiment", this week we were alone and it was very quiet and a bit lonely. It was easier to get everyone to agree but we missed the extra company...and Boris' cooking. I also missed the beach After leaving Juan les Pins, we had a night in Noyers. It's a lovely little village where we stayed for a month back in 2012. It didn't disappoint and we had some lovely live classical music drifting in thru ...
... we all squeezed on. Only two stops to go! Off course traffic was slow, turned out the police had blocked one of the main roads. We finally reached Notre Dame and started the walk home. This only takes about 15 minutes. The rain was getting heavier, we had a paper bag full of things, so out came ponchos to cover the bags. Our jackets are really good. After a while we came to a road we should have gone into, but police had it blocked. We walked ...