Balladins Melun-Savigny Le Temple
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- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... the guided tour was held in French, so I'm not completely sure what was going on, but I can say that most of the castle was destroyed (see picture) and that the carvings were literally carved into the rock face. The coolest thing there was the open air market (Marché en pleine air) which was absolutely huge and just happened to be there that Sunday. I bought two types of cheeses, one like a triple creme brie, and another one which was absolutely ...
... St. Lazare. We are old pros now and easily found our metro and a couple of stops and we were in Montmartre and our Mercure Hotel. I did a better job this time and picked a superior room so we are not walking over our luggage. A very clean, modern upscale hotel.
on arrival we asked them to phone the Symphony for us as we were still trying to attend a performance. But, alas, it was totally sold out so it was not to ...
... we are in a bubble of glow. It's not the fantastic panoramic views of Paris that everyone associates with the Eiffel Tower, but it is beautiful and unique and boy, are we ever glad we tried again!
During our decent, we stop again at the second level just in time to watch the tower sparkle for a few minutes, snap a LOT of photos, then move on. The Louvre is calling!
After our bad experience the ...
... purée and a very soft boiled egg. Jeff had a fabulous fish dish with leeks, cabbage and sautéed lemon potatoes with a creamy sauce. Just a glass of Viognier did us very nicely. Well Jeff had two and we were just about to leave when Tim arrived and wanted us to try a wine fro Provence. Well wouldn't want to disappoint! It had been raining whilst we were having lunch and we thought we'd head over to Saint Germain for ...
We are becoming flâneurs, people who wander around Paris to take in all the sights and sounds, tastes and smells, and try to tune in to the city's history and its aesthetics. We enjoyed the beautiful colors of the flowers in the Jardin des Plantes, savored frog's legs and sardines-in-a-cage, and admired some of its crown jewels: the ...