Hotel Le Colisee
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- Minbar in room
- Car rentals
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... and I were as quiet as church mice after seeing that!
Out at the front of the Church, there was a bread festival on. There was judging to determine the best baguette and other treats. An impressive feat and title if there ever was in France, the land of baguettes
We are all sad to leave our French home as living in a real French apartment in a real French neighbourhood meant that we almost felt like ...
Almost 18 months ago, I casually said in phone conversation.....lets go to Paris after I retire! Cue the laughing...then a quiet, why not! So here we are...April in Paris! Well, I'm here in Cincinnati and Mary is in Philadelphia...but if all goes as planned, and you know how we like to plan, we'll meet up at Charles deGaulle tomorrow morning whilst y'all are still ...
... week too but no luck due to my irregular hours at LPB but luckily I have picked up a few more private lessons during the week. Still applying madly for a few shifts in hospitality around Lyon. I went down to the Ardèche one weekend to see a friend’s band play. It was really good, and nice to see some more of the country. Lucy came the next week and we were epic Gorditas; Lise, her and I ate what felt like half the cuisine in Lyon. The day before I left for ...
... watching it tonight. After we rested and relaxed- we enjoyed baguettes for lunch and then met Grandma (Libby)- we are so excited to have her with us for 10 days.
We then went out for a french dinner consisting of frogs legs and snails- which the kids tried too! Had a quick stop to the Eiffel tower and then came back to our room and continued to enjoy the view. Good night all. Busy day touring tomorrow. ...
... in Germany last year. It was good to now see the original and we were especially captivated by the hall of mirrors which is now decked out with chandeliers made from Swarovski crystals. We both agreed though that Linderhof Palace by Ludwig was more stunning even though it was a lot smaller.
Once we had finished our tour we headed back for a quick rest and then got ready again to head out to the Louvre museum as it is open until 9.45pm on a wednesday. ...