Comfort Hotel Les Mureaux
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... you... Tomorrow I am leaving this life interlude of Paris, El Camino del Norte and Paris again. C'est la vie! It is tomorrow. I was too upset about the news on my friend and could not write or do anything. Took a shower and retreated in bed listening to some sounds of life through the open windows - mine but not those of the lady across with the lights still on. I did not see her except fleetingly, preparing ...
... go well in Montmartre. We have lunch in the square. The waiters are all decked out in Parisian gear complete with berets, striped shirts and braces. After lunch we walk around the square again. Two men approach us from the crowd and ask us where we are from. They have scissors which they use to start cutting into small pieces of paper. We realise that they are producing silhouettes of us. This takes them less than a minute. When they've finished they put them in a ...
... you know, trying to space out the "must do's" in Paris, so as not to completely exhaust myself. I went with Taylor, and I saw the Artist quarter at place de Tertre. That was super cool, and of course, we got gelato which was ehh. Finally, we had our farewell dinner for the students in the summer 1 session. That was super super fun, and the food as always when we go with API was amazing (I enjoyed my lamb thoroughly.)
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We took a side trip to Beaune, the capital of the Burgundy region of France, a town that has been the center of wine producing starting with the Romans but expanding considerably with monks. There is an interesting tutorial right is the street to help educate one's nose regarding the various elements that make up a wine's bouquet: floral, cherry, cassis, leather, tobacco, fruits. After walking parts of the ancient ...
... sidewalks for pedestrians, horses, carts, and carriages. So the ground floor was built to gradually lean outward." This, taken from the interweb, seems to be in common acceptance, like global warming predictions. I don't believe it because as you can see from the photos there is no consistency with the buildings sometimes leaning out then in, sometimes just leaning in, and sometimes parts of buildings lean out with parts leaning in on the same ground floor, and ...