Hotel Saint Petersbourg
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August 23, 2014 1:45 pm. So a thunderstorm just rolled in and we are hoping it rolls right back out before our 6:00 flight!! At 3:00 weather clears, we dropped Opie off and are soon headed to airport!! Try to check in to find instead of David, UAL has it as Davis Wille which is what my grandmother used to call Dave!! Looks like I might be going to Paris solo!! Ticked agent informed us that we had to get in touch with our travel agent immediately because she was the only one who ...
... town we enjoyed and the buildings were magnificent. The area was clean and everyone seemed to be happily going about his or her thing. This is also where Joan of Arc met her end; she was burnt here and there is a large stature in memorial to her in the centre square.
Once again time was too short and it was onto Paris and two programmed events for us to attend. We arrived in Paris early and first tour was to ascend the Montparnasse Tower in the fastest ...
... and told them face to face "I'm going to **** you by the end of the tour." Everyone laughs, I too laugh, loudest of all and probably too loud, in an attempt to disguise the fact I had been thinking of a similar plan for Topdeck. Seriously though, how dumb do you have to be?
Frank spends the best part of 2 hours trying to put together a four piece promise ring unsuccessfully, Jack gets a whole drink spilt down his back by one of the clumsy well meaning idiots in a ...
... after packing our suitcases. On our way to the nearest subway station, we walked by a Chipotle Mexican Grill and both kids "begged" us to have lunch there. After two weeks of partaking in traditional French cuisine, we gave in and had some good ole burritos and tacos for lunch. We are American tourists after all and can't completely shake the stereotype. After stuffing our faces (yes, the burritos in Paris are just as big as the ones back ...
We were on the move again to our next destination - Paris. The short walk to the Rialto Water Taxi Station was calm and relaxed. It was so much easier when you know where you are going. Water taxi to the airport, approximately one hour duration, and again enjoyed the perspective of this amazing city from the water. Flight to Paris took 90 minutes, just double the time the taxi took from Charles De Gaulle Airport to our unit in ...