Comfort Hotel Acadie Les Ulis
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... t believe it, we caught up with Bruce Willis, what a great bloke, he’s a fan of cycling and is also in town to promote his latest movie, "A Good Day To Die Harder Than The Last Time I Was At An Airport"
Anyway, we will connect with our bros at CDG tomorrow, ie Electrical Pete, Max Gluteus and The Bazzz – we will then merge into the 7 franchise (can’t ...
... on show. The dancing was excellent and the finale was great. There was roller skating, gymnastics, a comedic act, a girl dancing with snakes in a pool of water, and lots and lots of big act singing and dancing. A very enjoyable evening out. This was our last full day in Paris. It was nice to just relax and do our own thing. Tomorrow evening we fly to London and then onto Singapore. We are both starting to feel glad to be heading ...
... before reaching the orangerie. This is singularly spectacular, as it optimises French symmetry. We climb the stairs for a better view and it becomes obvious the length of planning the whole estate has had. The train and ultimately dinner beckons us. Tonight we dine at one of two restaurants at the Eiffel Tower. Home we rest, change and board the train for Gare Champ de Mars (we have this train thing so under control now). We arrive early ...
... I asked in French if I might take a picture and he was so cheerful it was uplifting. After school it was Meg's first haircut at a classy salon called Lucy Sainte-Claire in St Germain. Joseph from Senegal, and newly arrived from Nice, did a good, if tentative job and all were pleased. Joining in to the Parisian style Laurie bought a scarf. They are all 'a la mode' and Meg thinks quite dashing. We cooked penne con porcini which are called cepes in France and are now in ...
... It was cold and eerie and we had a very confronting and somber walk through these underground tunnels which had used human skeletons to decorate the walls. There was quiet little enclaves where masses where held in honour of the dead. It was very damp with water seeping through the walls. There was some underground springs which looked so blue and clean but there was definitely an uncomfortable feeling with it all. At the end of the long walk we made it up the ...