Alliance Hotel Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines
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... where first on our list..well worth it!! You could see his paintings in nature..so beautiful.. The colours and reflections..sigh. The wild and colourful gardens with paths and arbors..stunning ..ponds, streams..and the roses of every color and size and breed..holy moly...dream on. We went into his house..you can feel his personality..but his dining room and kitchen were our favourites. The views thru the deep set windows were so well planned ...
... French but our school French was enough to order steaks. It's always the sign of a good restaurant when the majority of the customers are locals. Had a fabulous meal. After dinner went for a walk. It's not only London that has Boris bikes. Diane or anyone else that understands French what do you advise off the menu when we go back ...
Ornella's sister, Sabrina, bought us a selection of salami's from their hometown in Calabria so we had a European breakfast of delicious salami, comte and emmental cheeses, boiled eggs, tomato and of course, baguette, it was delicious, . So, with that under our belts, we went over to the left bank and visited the Musée Cluny.. It was fabulous, the tapestries take your breath away, the skill and detail are exceptional and the small mystery of the meaning and origin of ...
... chapel built in 1248 and is an architectural wonder housing the most incredible collection of stained-glass windows anywhere. If you go to Paris, you must stop here. We did make time for a quick expresso afterward to savour the moments and to watch the action at the Palais du Justice next door. (Aurelie and I had sneaked into the Palais ...
... and a rest Caleb and I ventured out to the Stade De France the sixth largest stadium in Europe. It was built for the 1998 World Cup and the final was played there with France beating Brazil 3-1. It holds 81,000 people and it was pretty much a sell out. We for there early and got a good sense of the stadium. It was beautiful. The pitch was perfectly green and real grass versus the turf we see at BC ...