Campanile Gennevilliers Barbanniers
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... what it was, marg was talking! I think it was citrus based. Main was duck, endive, little round of caramelised liver, wonderful sauces and a little dust of chocolate granules, and fabulous with the 2009 Volnay! Pre dessert was a ginger base with lemon mousse and meringue a delicious little taste. Dessert based on chestnuts. Not my favourite dish but everyone else really liked it. The chestnut cream was lovely but the dish just a bit earthy for me. It was sweet but not sweet if ...
... lessons, which is a miracle! I have to be there at 8:30am on Monday mornings, which is going to be the absolute worst! Tuesdays, I start at 9:30am and 11:30am on Fridays. I have some gaps during my days, which means I can plan for lessons, go shopping, get coffee, or wander around. I'm literally so excited to start working! Sadly, I have to go to Saint Germain on the 1st to sign papers so that I can get paid right away. ...
... of the day was going to the sing along Frozen show. Although I have to say Charles and I definitely dang the loudest!!! The early start and rain had meant that we had such a successful day and were feeling pretty happy with ourselves. We finished of the day with a huge meal at the Rainforest Cafe. Elks told us that we had walked 35.000 steps so we all felt that we could justify the ...
... I could have done that if there weren't so many noisy tourists. On a lower floor, there is a gallery of paintings by many great French masters.
I took a break back at the room for a while. I'll have the place to myself tonight as the host had to go to Brussels this morning. She will be back tomorrow. She has been very helful to me getting my train tickets to Brussels and then Amsterdam.
I headed back out in the evening ...
... glass was incredible. It was full of rows and rows of pews, as it is used as an everyday church. I lit a candle and set it on a mantle. We watched as adults and children waited inline for confessions. The architecture was just beautiful. After that we got back on the bus to see the Opera House, it also had amazing architecture, even if we did just see the outside. It's so funny to me how this building was so incredible to us, yet all the ...