Balladins Melun-Savigny Le Temple
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... enjoyed it too! Did a little shopping around there and decided to whiz home on the train..not a problem and we had a key so arrived just before everyone came home from work and runs etc. Helped Josiane chop onions for fish dish..curry in coconut milk with rice.. Very quick and good. Predinner drink together and had a normal chatty meal .afterwards D and P tried the cognac we bought them and pronounced it lovely. Usual late night and into ...
... beautiful scarf which reminds me of his work as well. I got on the hop on hop off bus again, but as the Tour de France was finishing today, the normal route couldn't be taken. We went through the Latin quarter and up to the Opera district instead which was great for me as it was closer to the hotel. For dinner I went to a creperie and had a chocolate and banana crepe which was delicious. My first crepe in ...
... of international famous painting,Mona Lisa.
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... we were not up to another large park so we went down to the bus stop to catch the #69 and ride if around to where we got on...in principle this was a good plan, in execution...not so much. Apparently the path the #69 takes was closed due to a demonstration. So the driver...the nice one told us where to catch the next 69 and dropped us off...now we weren't the only ones with this circuit in mind...so here we are trooping like a herd ...
... amount. But it would cost us about €60 per month, which we didn’t really feel like paying. So we ride the Velib bikes to get to school or walk if we want to (it only takes about half an hour to walk), and the fresh air is always welcome. We buy metro tickets when we need them – either when a destination is too far to walk or bike, or we’re simply feeling lazy (everyone has those days). But it saves us a lot of money and allows us to see more of the ...