Relais Akena Garges Le Bourge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from St-Denis
... day long starting off waiting for admission outside being totally enraptured by the architecture of the buildings built from the 16th century forward and by the pyramid entrance by I.M.Pei which was added in 1989. Using the bus afforded us s minor your of Paris. The streets are narrow but so beautiful with the typical five or six story buildings made of stylish concrete with fantastic wrought iron railings. The larger buildings ...
... Roquefort!! We had a bit of a quiz about the Roquefort and thanks to 'taste Le tour' and Gabrielle Gate I got all the answers (those late nights watching the tour have finally come in handy). Now for dessert we had a taste of a chocolate and coffee eclair. And we were all quite satisfied at that - but no there was more! We left our picnic spot and walked (rolled!!) back down the hill to a tiny chocolate shop which hand made on site delicate macaroons ...
... of the lovely house where the sculptures are displayed. Following on we walked around the corner to the Musee d'Armee and the Dome Church with Napoleons tomb. Then returning to the Musee du Louvre for the evening viewing, followed by an Italian dinner and a tour of Paris by night. So much for taking it easy this ...
... of visiable indicators to external glass facades at european airports, the White Knight read a fair bit of the manual for the monster gold Varmoos Headphones he bought at Sydney airport - (they are huge and gold and the shape of the head sets pods are based on the profile of Kim Kardashian).
We were picked up by our BlackLane driver, Stephane, at CDG, (thanks Gaile). Stephane was a great bloke, he took ...
... minute walk, we stopped for lunch on the way in a beer artsy district full of studios and art galleries. The art window shopping was spectacular however we didn't intend on purchasing anything so never entered any of the shops. Knowing full well that you can spend days in the Louvre as its one of the largest museums in the world, we opted to just explore the outside palatial square including the glass pyramids. From there we continued our walk, almost retracing the ...