Adagio Access La Defense Leonard de Vinci
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... photo machines in La Defense, but I didn't use those. I went into this little store to look around. It had lots of interesting things. I bought myself a to-go mug that matches the little plate and place mat that I bought for Mom the last time I was in France. Now we match and I'm so excited to be able to take coffee or tea with me on the way to work. It was like 10 euros and I'm going to use it like every single day.
I decided not to spend anymore time at the ...
... the inside was amazing the kids began to get a little bored, however once again the tour provided us with an insight into what life was like for the French royals during this era. We travelled back to Paris for our farewell dinner with the group at a local French restaurant where we sampled some traditional food and drinks before heading off for a night cruise along the river Seine which showed another view of this amazing city. Back on ...
... finally returned to its starting point. I could see Michael impatiently waiting for me to disembark, but we were effectively trapped on the boat whilst the organisers erected some tables on the wharf so that they could hand us our congress satchels as we filed off the boat. I tried to attract Michael's attention by flashing my camera through the window and waving madly, but to no avail. It was about 11:45 when we were finally released! Poor Michael had been sitting alone in the ...
... put the luggage into lockers and head into the town centre to explore. Find a cafe, have a walk around for an hour or so then head back to the station, have a bit to eat, get our luggage out, catch the train to Paris. We here by 2:30 and take a taxi to our apartment. Find the keys, lug the luggage upstairs and we're here! Our own home away from home in Paris! We unpack, settle in, relax, head out for a walk and grocery shop and then go in search of a cafe for dinner - successful ...
... too bad! We did not see any accidents!! We walked back downstairs (a lot easier than going up!) and went to Champs Elyssee -- we found our favorite restaurant from last time -- a cafe close to the Arc and right on the main boulevard! It is a little bigger, more expensive, but they have the same Hawaiian pizza we loved!! We sat next to a couple from Canada and chatted with them!! They were heading to a cruise next in Barcelona. We have ...