Suite Novotel Paris Velizy
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... amp; David and Karen & Ian and eat light plus have an ice cream treat too. Our hotel was just a bit further west than the Ibis. It was called Campanile at Suresnes and didn't look too bad but it had no air con so it felt like a sauna all night! Daniel managed to talk the manager into allowing us a free cold soft drink about 10pm which some of us gratefully enjoyed as the foyer-bar area was slightly cooler ...
... Internet. Soon it became clear as mud why we were on the bus, because we passed several crews working on rebuilding the railroad. I felt some waves of sadness, because I was here, realizing a dream, but the reality didn't match quite enough. I wanted to be on my way to Santiago, but really we will stop at Burgos after 2 weeks. I wanted the full challenge of the pilgrimage but had made a compromise with Norm which I was ...
Breakfast in hostel was croissants and coffee Walked to the Notre Dame and looked inside. Then walked to the top, I got free entry as I said I was an EU resident under 26. Next we wandered through Marais, past Picasso museum and place de la Bastille to the river Seine where we caught the Bateubus boat to the Eiffel Tower. Photos at the Eiffel Tower during the day and we walked around looking for lunch but were unsuccessful. Caught the ...
... when it came up with horse. That was it! She could not be convinced to eat there at all. We found a wonderful bakery and ordered using sign language. Feels strange not understanding anything being said or the signs as everything is in French. Best thing is that we have already had three desserts and it only day one. Belinda would be so ...
... arch is a speech of hope and perseverance that was given by General Charles de Gaulle after the Nazis marched into Paris under their beloved Arc to take over the city. When the Germans were overthrown, the Parisians marched back under it, and every year on Bastille Day (July 15, France's independence day), the parade passes under the Arc. The highlight of our visit here was when Justin translated de Gaulle's speech for Christina and we ...