B&B Orly Rungis
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We met up with Ornella and her sister Sabrina, to celebrate Ornella's birthday, it was a lovely occasion, Issy charmed everyone and we all had a feast for brunch. Ornella very kindly had Sabrina bring home made biscuits and saucisson from their home town in Calabria as a gift for us. We feel lucky to have met them and while we have no language in common, we succeed in communicating in a little English, a little French and a little less of Italian, plus ...
... just looking at the menu coaxed us into his small but very quaint restaurant that happened to have not a soul in there. My trepidation turned to delight as he himself cooked Wayne pasta to order (exactly how skippy boy likes with the oil and the garlic and the chilli etc etc etc - you got it - in his Italian.accent complete with hand gestures ) and I had a home made pizza which was just delicious. He couldn't have been more obliging and it was a great start to a lovely visit ...
... walking straight in with no lines, we were immediately struck by how eerie the church was at night, lit only by candle light. We roamed around admiring how beautiful the whole building it was, feeling involuntarily spiritual in such a silent, reflective space. We met Eammon and Ellie-Mae back outside and we all made the decision to go get some more Grom and eat it at the canals. Trying not to finish our ice cream on the descent walk back to ...
... Charles Perrault
reported its reputation: "The château of Maisons, of which he [Mansart]
had made all the buildings and all the gardens, is of such a singular
beauty that there is not a curious foreigner who does not go there to
see it, as one of the finest things that we have in France."
... see what you wanted to see. The bus had an indoor lower level and an open upper level. I spent the tour on the upper level even when it started to rain. I wasn't able to take as many photos as I would have liked, because of the rain, but I was still able to get some.
The buses stopped running about eight, so we walked back to our hotel, cleaned up, rested up, and then headed back out by foot.
We made our way to the Pont ...
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