Premiere Classe Saint Witz
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... one with the hole in it. For **** sake it is supposed to be my birthday, anyway back to the story. On the way we passed the little bridge that had our locks on it and about 3km down the road we found the proper lock bridge. You couldn't compare the two. It was like under 18s playing against the mighty NSW Blues. We finally got to the Louvre and you have to see the place to believe it. Considering that ...
... have been hilarious and others have given us direction for our writing. I have to give credit to Ardeth since she gets most of the blogs started and I do the editing. We seem to work well together in spite of the "Battling Bickerson" episodes and if anything, being joined at the hip makes a relationship stronger. Today, apart from packing, Ardeth made a journey to the bakery for our breakfast and then we had lunch and roséyed the ...
... We don't get fussy about accommodation, there's a flea pit across the road called Hotel Premiere Classe - as Rhid has said, don't get fooled by the name, it was one grade above the Calais Immigrant Detention camps just down the road. Calais has had some bad press lately about the immigrants camping out trying to get to our gold pavement filled Utopia called Blighty and in the night these guys wander about the town, they don't give us any hassle and ...
... To no avail they were only driving media in the Dave only had the one night in Paris and he was keen to go up the Eiffel Tower the others weren't so keen so just Dave and I went up. Wow what an amazing experience, we walked the first two floors which takes you about half way up, quite gruelling but very rewarding. We then got to second floor and caught a lift to the top. Obviously very extensive views of Paris. Great way to finish off the ...
... crowded places and waiting in line, so places like the Louvre are far from paradise for me. But, I sucked it up and still had a really great time. There is one thing that the Louvre has is spades that is particularly dangerous - Asian tour groups. Please note, I am not generalizing all Asian tourists. The emphasis was meant to be placed on the word "groups." We encountered several in the Louvre that reminded me more of forest fires than groups of other human ...