Premiere Classe Villepinte
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... of course croissant. The train arrived, I copied everyone else validating their tickets in this machine and jumped on, no reserved seating so jumped into a carriage with another single girl who was from Shanghi. She had to go to Germany for business so was spending a few days exploring France. A couple of hours later (was on the slow train - even though it went faster than a lot of the trains at home!) I was in Tours. A quaint city that is ...
... It would be pleasant to have a little more structure to our lives. We definitely will be back again, perhaps to different destinations in the future, but my first European experience was an eye opener and definitely one I will cherish forever. Seeing beautiful places, tasting delicious local cuisine and meeting many wonderful people- that is the hallmark of an excellent holiday and we were fortunate to have experienced them ...
... at Windhoek.
We Ianded at 7:20 pm, and we waited 2:30 before to take off toward Johannesburg airport with the same airline but in a Airbus A380 plane, economy class. During this waiting, we took this opportunity to do a little more knowledge, and we crossed long Frankfurt airport to go ...
I'm having all these wow-look-at-that moments. The kids aren't in quite the same way as they don't seem to have a sense of just quite how old these places are and the history behind them all!
We stepped out of the apartment front door and 5 minutes were at The Pantheon, walking past The Sorbonne on our way. That was my first oh wow moment for the day!
We have then walked through the Jardin du Luxembourg, across Pont du ...
... and refolded my jacked and he asked me angrily, "if that your stuff?’ When I said it was, he blurted, “Why don’t you use your own side?" I replied calmly that it was easier to keep an eye on one’s things across the aisle rather than right above one’s head. He stopped and thought about that for a moment, and then, complained to his wife, “Well if he’s going to use our side we may as well use his”, and moved their affairs from over ...