Balladins Melun-Savigny Le Temple
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Briefly, last night was good, we took the kids to dinner round the corner and returned to the hotel and all relaxed till Moo and Lisi returned...will add photos later, but will publish this now! ....will just finish the end of today (Sunday), and try and keep caught up. We got to the restaurant - just popped by, not to eat - and said hi to Jinny Pace, who I really like, and it was exciting to meet in Paris. Then Amr and I walked along the Boulevard St Germain, had a cheese crepe ...
... the wonderful gift of a Pastry Tour around the streets of the Marais. What a fantastic morning, the company were so lovely, the tour guide, a pastry chef, provided us with information on the making of the product, the store we were about to enter and would then purchase an item or two for us to try. What is not to love about trying French Pastries, seriously, ......it was back home for a short time before we headed out for a lovely meal at a cute ...
... selfies and gawking at the view we descended to ground level. The descent was much easier than the climb. As we walked past the starting point Tammy looked at me and said "Go again?" I gave her the "look" and we continued on our way back to the Metro where we headed back to the hotel. After a brief break we headed back out to do some last minute souvenir shopping and grab some dinner. We headed back to the hotel and began to pack for our 7:15am departure tomorrow ...
... france, on June 21st (the longest day of the year) artists come and perform on the streets of paris. Now when you hear this, you may imagine a bunch of random people, literally performing on the streets, all over paris. And you would be exactly right. They had themselves positioned so that, there was one point that you crossed over, and after that, it was another type of music's territory. It was really well done (#salsaelectro?) I ended up with zoe, taylor, Jessica, and alexa ...
... Monet's Waterlilies paintings are displayed. The gallery in which they are housed was especially built in the 1920s to Monet's design. There are two big elliptical rooms, each containing four huge paintings which curve around the walls. When you are in there you are asked to maintain a degree of calm, and it feels really peaceful, as though you are out of doors in a lovely garden. In the same gallery there is a collection of ...