Pavillon Bercy Gare de Lyon
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
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... lead me to another section of the Museum. Exhausted, I find a bench and I take a break for a bit. I look at the map and plan my escape. After 15 mins, I continue my way by following the Sortie signs. I hope this isn't the Museums cruel joke to get people to see more. Finally, I see the actual exit. Im back under The pyramids, but on the opposite side which I started. What an adventure that was. I could probably come here 100 more times and spend 5 hours each time ...
... of our trip. Lots of tasty sounding options – very cheap 3 courses – but sadly the food was pretty average. Onion soup to start (over cheesed and underseasoned); boeuf bourguignon (not bad) and tarte aux pommes (tasty but sad quality of pastry and a bit skimpy of the filling).
Le Bon Marche (gourmet food hall) – AMAZING. Sculpted sugar cubes anyone? Very tasty looking croissant purchased for Mitch, and very tasty croissant ...
... to be a huge gathering of people. We decided to wander through whilst searching for the metro station. There were a couple of small open bars down on the waterfront selling food and drinks but most people were just walking about or sitting on the curb whilst carrying bottles of rose coloured wine. It was a very cool atmosphere and something which would be great in Perth. If only Perth would relax its public drinking ...
... US Open was the better out of the two to go to as the atmosphere was a lot better. They also got more crowd involvement and had a lot more on in between matches for the crowd. But was good to tick another one off the list. So Sim now only needs to go to Wimbledon and his been to all the Grand Slams. Our next day was our day at Euro Disneyland!! We had bought tickets online as everything said they were 20%2525 cheaper than buying them at the gates. When we got there we realised ...
The fearless trio embarked late in the morning, headed for the Arc de Triomphe and a stroll down the famous, glitzy, and touristy Champs-Elysees. It turned out to be more of a trek than we anticipated, however, because the warm weather (mid-70's) had us huffing and puffing our way around most of the day.
We arrived at Place Charles de Gaulle (a.k.a. Etoile), site of the Arc de Triomphe, via metro. While finding our bearings, ...