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- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... It was hard to know when to stop taking photos. It was simply breathtaking. We stopped for a country lunch at a farmhouse restaurant before heading to Versailles to visit the palace. Apart from admiring the decadence and opulence of the palace, we learnt a lot about French history and all the Kings and Queens who resided there prior to the Revolution. The Palace was occupied by the Germans during WWII and was used as a base for their operations in ...
A quiet market and homework/cooking day until this evening when we went to a boutique brewery bar nearby called Frog et Rosbif where we watched the Australians just fall short again. Sooo frustrating especially as we were robbed. The beers and cider were ...
... Made it outside to look at the royal gardens or le Tulleries but the sheer magnitude overwhelmed us, so we sat by the pond to watch old fashion sail boats instead. Made it home by metro in 15 mins and opened a bottle of wine. Went out for dinner and had a great prix fix meal of ox cheeks and Aidan had swordfish. We still have a tarte au citron and a millefeile in the fridge and I've opened a bottle of white now also. It is rainy so we are ensconced in our cozy apartment reading and ...
... O Chateau, voted the best wine bar in Paris, for a guided wine and cheese lunch. This was yet another fantastic experience, we were led down into a vaulted wine cellar, where the most amazing spread of cheese and cured meats was laid out and where our quintessentially French (and very funny) wine expert took us through five french wines, with multiple top ups, matched with as much as you could eat of the most incredible french cheeses. It was a very apt ending to a great weekend.
Our first day out in Paris today. Croissants and baguettes for breakfast. Walked from our apartment at 201 Rue Du Temple to the city. Apartment buildings everywhere! Passed centre Pompidou, looked in St Merry's church, walked past City Hall, crossed the River Seine and lunch in the square at the front of Notre Dame. Transport barges and tourist ...