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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... your shower built on top of your toliet, this is the bathroom for you! The shower head soaks everything in the room, making your partners next visit into the bathroom a bath, even if they didn't want one. The lights also go out every 7 minutes and you must open the door to turn on the lights again. Not what we are use to, to say the least. Onto our day, outside of the room! We grabbed a quick McDonald's and croissant and were off onto the ...
... sounded like 'butt covering',.. The end result is that we don't have an external fill point and will probably have 'issues' getting gas tanks filled in France and Spain,... AGAIN!!! Life certainly wasn't meant to be easy!! Having said that,... the challenges can be dealt with,.. especially with the love and support of a good woman (she made me say that). Tomorrow, (Wednesday), will see us cross the channel to France and head to Corbie and ...
... less from us) Marie-Berthe says that there is usually love letters, poetry and also flowers left by their grave. And we were off again to the 19th Arrondissement visiting a Central Park of the district, revamped abattoir now a performing arts complex, science Museum and a IMAX screen. After lunch we moved to the 6th Arrondissement where our hotel is located and wandered ...
... blocks looking left at every corner and sure enough, we saw it. Holy ****. The sheer scale and enormous vanity were overwhelming. So were the hordes of tourists. Especially the pushing bus loads of Chinese. It made the viewing less enjoyable. But the marble work on the interior was simply beautiful. We headed out to des jardins (garden). Interesting term for miles of parkland, sculpted, trees, manmade canal, ...
... metro, stopping first at an adorable used bookstore near Luxembourg Gardens. There’s nothing better than ending an afternoon (or beginning one for that matter) perusing old books!
Our last activity of the day we saved until nighttime. We wanted to see the City of Light shine from the top of the Arc de Triomphe. We arrived around 8:30, just in time to hike to the top (another set of tight spiral stairs) to see the Eiffel Tower light up at 9:00. It was an amazing view ...