Campanile Dammarie Les Lys

Address: 346 RUE BERNARD DE, Dammarie-les-Lys, Île-de-France, 77190, France | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Dammarie-les-Lys

Shakespeare and Co.

A travel blog entry by chelsear on Sep 15, 2014

... minds. We swore to return the next day and buy something, because Parisian lingerie is definitely worth having. We sat back in the courtyard reading till after 8 before we decided it was probably time to head back to our new accommodation, so we hopped the metro which was an easy 1 train ride. Back at the apartment Corrin still wasn't home so we got into our pajamas and into bed, where we both did some languages for a while (Issy starting French) before ...

Contiki Day 3

A travel blog entry by alexandra93 on Jul 31, 2014

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... Wiggles cooked us a yummy stir-fry and filled some crunchy bread with French onion dip, which was a big hit. We then had our first proper group party, where we met another contiki through some ice-breaker games and several of the boys ended up doing nudie runs around the campsite. The crunchy bread was devoured by those partying hard, and we had a few rounds of "Never Have I Ever" to get to know each other even more intimately.
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Day 12 - Paris

A travel blog entry by chadspurgeon on Jul 02, 2014

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... back to square one. The pressure was on, but I'm pleased to say, we rose to the occasion. We decided on an entree (in France, the entree is a starter, not your main plate) of haddock tartare. There were two reasons why we chose the tartare: 1. We knew we liked tartares and 2. it was literally the only thing we could decode. Fortunately, the tartare was delicious. For our main course, Monica got the grilled sea bass (we knew that "bar" is French for bass) and I ordered a ...

Sunday: Art, Religion and Politics!

A travel blog entry by deb.nicholls56 on May 11, 2014

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... the
cathedral first. It was a mass with people, but very interesting, including an
English film crew. Morning mass was in progress as we entered Sacre Coeur. The singing
was delightful, but we felt like intruders in this place of prayer and worship.
Due to the unpredictable weather we did not loiter long on the steps in front
of the cathedral, which is usually alive with entertainment. The only bit we
saw were the police telling ...

Perusing Paris

A travel blog entry by mike_erin on Jan 28, 2014

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... to Aix-en-Provence with Carroll and Myalise which was a nice little town but very much all about shopping as it's one of the university towns. We tried to find a second-hand store to maybe pick up some new clothes (we both hate everything we own at this point after wearing it for four months) but no luck! So we stuck to a museum trip and espressos while we waited for the girls to finish their shopping trip. That Monday was the end ...