Comfort Hotel Champigny sur Marne
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... we were ordering but what we did order was great and a glass of Kirin to wash it all down. It occurred to me that I hadn't thought about what to wear next year for Claudia's wedding so back to Printemps. No luck with a dress for the wedding but did find another DVF number! Laduree macaroons were calling to have with our cup of tea, delicious. Dinner at Les Canailles just around the corner. This is a truely neighbourhood bistro. We ...
... giving information about the catacombs, such as the fact that they held around 6 million bodies and that the section we were to access covers less than 1/800th of the cities underground network. We travelled single file through dimly lit corridors, reading about the limestone and rocks found that were millions of years old. There was even a miniature town carved into the quarry wall, which was exciting but paled in comparison to ...
... under the direction of his house architect François-Joseph Bélanger. These works were interrupted in 1782 for lack of funds. Maisons ceased to be kept up.
Confiscated during the Revolution as "national goods", the château was sold in 1798 to an army provisioner, M. Lauchère, again in 1804 to maréchal Jean Lannes,
... a young Lebanese man how to get to the river, he asks if we are going for a swim laughs & then explains the direction when he is told the hotel. It's 45mins walk so after losing our way 5 mins down the street we get a taxi. The driver has to look at our hotel address & name as we obviously can't pronounce it correctly. We arrive at Hotel Quai de Voltaire, across the road from the bank of the seine & directly opposite the Lourve. Our room is on the 4th ...
After my wonderful morning with you, I did my usual run to the bakery for pastries and got some darts along the way. After breakfast (Nim slept in again) we departed for Montmartre, a beautiful old part of the city situated high above everything else so you have the most wonderful view of Paris. It's quite far from where we're staying so we had a long tube ride where we saw, among other things, a guy playing trumpet on the train (so nice) and a pack ...