Hotel Le Cottage
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
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We didn't set alarms today and had a leisurely time getting moving in the morning. I ran for coffee from "our" Starbucks. A couple blocks away. We took the Metro (after a slight mess-up with choosing which line to take) and headed to Le Merais, a neighborhood in Paris know for shopping and cute neighborhoods. We didn't find everything we wanted, but we had a nice lunch on the square of Place des Vosges. We then headed over to the Latin ...
I knew that would get your attention! When Gustav Eiffel built his tower in 1889 to celebrate The centennial of the French Revolution - it was hated by most Parisians - they called it an elephant, a giraffe, a hulking metal beast. It was the highest structure in its time - until the Empire State Building. On our bus tour of the city today, we were told by our guide that the intellects of those days would ...
... water so I reloaded. Caroline and the dog were there, trying to figure what next town on the way would be big enough to have a vet clinic. Certainly Le Boulou. Our new little friend looked like he was enjoying the ride and the company.
As I pulled on to D115 at St-Jean-Pla-de-Corts, Steve, Tim, Lori & Peter (who was feeling MUCH better today) flagged me down from a roadside cafe. I joined them for a snack and a Coke, ...
... and everything fell into place. Found a cafe to sit at that was still in sunshine and had our appertf while we people watched and there was a lot to see. You cpuld have yyour picture taken with a parrot, have a drawing of your face....well you get the picture. We walked around a bit, it was very busy and hunger dictated that we go in the nearest restaurant and it was a great meal and ...
A little more relaxed today, got up 15 minutes later, cooked breakfast instead of gulping wheaties, and took a prettier route to school. Still made it in time to buy 'un cafe a emporter' to take into class where we were first in. The others all sauntered in over the next 20 minutes while Tania, Laurie's teacher patiently went on with the lesson. We just happened to walk past a gorgeous knitwear shop ...