Suite Novotel CDG Paris Nord 2
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... that seems like a petition to save animals or something of the like and once you sign, the fine print says that you have to give them x amount of money. You could watch these people for hours. Once they set their sights on someone they hone is and turn on the charm. I even had one grab me by the arm to stop me from walking away from her. So glad our lovely American friends warned us of these tough nutts(when I say tough nutts they were all 13 – 14 year old ...
It was late afternoon but we had things to do and people to see so we dropped all our gear off and left straight away.
Danita had to collect her luggage she placed in a storage depot while she popped over to the UK so we walked a short distance to the nearest Metro Stop.
A book of 10 tickets costs €13.70 and each time any of us enters the Metro we use a ticket hence we go through them pretty fast. Keeping in mind we walk for miles in between.
... shelter in Starbucks, when a bus sped by hitting a puddle sending up a huge spray- our life is literally straight out of a movie! After a session on the free WIFI we struck a pose outside the theater and set off to our next destination, Madeline Square. We thought we were heading to a park but Madeline Square is really a church surrounded by high end, luxury stores. It was torture walking past the chocolate shops and falling in love with the clothes in ...
... down the road from our hotel which we enjoyed. We discussed how we have had some really enjoyable meals in Paris, quite the opposite to what we found in Italy and value for money as against meals in London. It certainly is going to be a shock to the system when we just cant walk out the door and get someone to cook my dinner!!
Back at the hotel, time to repack our suitcases in readiness for ...
... stood in 1836 to commemorate the thousands of people killed in the revolution.
We turned north on Rue Royale, and walked two blocks up to Luderee, a cookie shop that sells macarons, a confection with two meringue type cookies with a flavored ganache in between. They are small little bites of heaven. We got about a dozen so we could try as many flavors as possible. The mint flavor tasted like biting directly into a spearmint leaf. The rose flavor was ...