Balladins Les Mureaux
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- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... in the morning. It is morning and I'm going to enjoy these last few hours in this everlasting jewel of humanity that is Paris. And so I won't write any more by let my pictures - iPhone as they are - tell the story del beauté inepuisable du Paris, de des avenues, des batiments, de son art vivant et ancien, et desus tout, des gens qui l'habitent et le font ce qu'il y est. Aurevoir, Bye, Salutti, Ciao till next ...
... envelope with a card saying something about Paris and tell us we need to give them 40 Euros. 40 Euros for a minute's work is good money, but we decide that they won't be getting it from us. We say 'no thank you' and walk on.
We catch the metro back to the hotel. It is quite a long way but it still doesn't take very long. I think that the metro is very efficient. It generally takes the trains less than a minute to get from one station to the next, and the ...
... mandates a national sale for all of paris? It happens twice a year, once during the summer and once during the winter and it lasts 2 weeks. The second week sales are better, but of course, it's much more crowded and crazy. I went on day 2, and got some clothing. I have learned that my style really isn't adequate for Paris, or for a student studying abroad in paris in fact. Went to Mango and Zara for the first time to actually shop (does this mean I'm growing up?)
... enjoyed a dinner accompanied by some exquisite Chassagne-Montrachet. We had a breakfast fit for royalty at Le Cep, including orange juice squeezed for us from an amazing juicer--see the little video. The highlight of the trip was a guided visit through the Caves of the Drouhin family, which extend underground in all directions, pretty close to half of the city. They are rich in history, especially during the two World ...
... curved along the street. As one photo shows the main structure was timber which suffers dry rot and the whole suburb was built on an old swamp which has caused serious subsidence and many repairs over the years. Meg has lost interest in this subject and wants me to tell you that after vacuuming, mopping and general household chores, we went to Marche Aligre to refill the wines and had the most classy and well presented lunch in what looked like a run of the ...