Comfort Hotel Lagny-sur-Marne
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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and came and sat to talk to us. Then he
got off at the same stop and we ran into him when we were trying to find our
hostel. We tried to just ignore him, and
then he started yelling at us. We decided
to play it safe, and since we were absolutely starving anyways, as we hadn’t
eaten since 11:30, we popped in a little grocery store to hide! Then we bought
a gourmet meal consisting of a cheese wheel and ...
... Lafayette) was absolute madness. You could hardly move inside and it was hot and claustrophobic. I took photos and video to try and share the experience. If you listen carefully to the videos of the animations in the windows, you can hear the little French children speaking excitedly about the Monsters.. ...
... below. From there, we just kept walking. Up past the Louvre into the Tuileries (where we finally succumbed and haggled with a guy for a couple of mini Eiffel Towers) and then onto the Champs-Élysées. All the way up to the Arc de Triomphe with a pitstop for ice cream. I can now faithfully report that ice cream on the Champs-Élysées was the most expensive of the trip: €10 for two scoops. And Bronte didn't even like hers! Sapna and Jim ...
... shop on the champs des élysées. We walked to the bus stop down Place De La Concorde and through the Jardin Des Tuileries. It was beautiful I just wanted to pull up a seat and watch the sun set around us. We are now almost at Notre Dame where I will need to disembark and start the journey home back up Rue Monge (aka rue mon-gee) with my newly purchased Kusmi tea. Surprisingly I was able to buy English breakfast which I find odd as the French ...
... galette. Evan was very uncertain about the snails, but actually enjoyed them. He was less fond of the terrine. Go figure. We shared two mains: sea bass with risotto and vegetables and gnocchi with a Lyonnaise sauce and crawfish. Both were spectacular, but Evan enjoyed the gnocchi the most. We passed on dessert as it was getting late - the French are in no hurry to eat - and took the metro back home. We were all exhausted from our day and glad to see our ...