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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... ordered a nutella and
strawberry crepe. It was divine!!! But it was huge; I imagined something a whole
lot smaller. the problem with the nutella was that it began melting and before I
got to the bottom of it the bag it came in turned into a bag of sauce and it
was impossible to eat without messing. So with a broken heart I tossed the rest
away. While Jess looked for macaroons in another patisserie. While walking
around we saw a Ferrari which you ...
... a very blurry picture! Very disappointing, but the views will stay with us for ages!
We drove up the "Avenue of Champagne" in Epernay, seeing all the famous names - Tattinger, Moët, Pol Roger etc on the the ancient buildings that are their headquarters. The Tour usually stops at Moët, but the building is undergoing massive restoration and so our second and final stop was Mercier.
The tour there, once again through the kilometres ...
... out of the car park was something similar to a scene from a Griswald movie. At least we eventually managed to drive out of the car park in one piece with no damage (just!!). I knew the driving was going to be stressful....but oh **** think I had forgotten how much so. And it wasn't even me doing the driving!! Haha. It was a grey rainy afternoon and unfortunately our GPS took a long time to pick up a signal (pays to be old fashioned sometimes and at ...
Off to Disney Park Paris we went, although it was an overcast somewhat foggy day the park was still bustling with lots of people inviting cues for up to 45 mins for each ride or show. We only booked for a day at Disney but would need 3-5 days to thoroughly absorb the whole experience and enjoy all the entertainment and rides Disney park & Studios has to offer. Our day really only offered a ...
... of his story when the bags arrived). We then walked a long way to the train, which was waiting for us, and rode into Paris (on a very uncrowded train, I might add. Even the station at Gare du Nord was not crowded at all). We exited from Chatelet Les Halles and walked to the flat. Patrick was charming, as always, and had a bottle of wine for us upon the ready. So super sweet! We were tired so settled in to read and journal, and will deal with shopping for groceries ...