Comfort Hotel Bretigny sur Orge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... left her in September to fly to Turkey, there was so much to unpack but once settled in it was time for a well deserved and needed gin and tonic. We have a busy time ahead on Sega replacing all the head linings in our after cabin and new grab rails on deck, cleaning antifouling etc etc so the next day work was to begin. We can't complain as since leaving her we have traveled to Turkey, Grand Canaria, Sweden and Spain, finishing in Paris. Most importantly we ...
... and gentlemens' hours. Stopped for coffee beside Place des Vosges and thenMeg was feeling the need for some colour in her life so we stopped during our walk home to buy a pretty apple green cashmere sweater. Tres jolie. This evening we have a booking at a new, pretty and very French restaurant which we just happened to walk by last week. It turns out that tripadvisor has it at number 25 ...
... of course, this one was helped out by Flynn. Yes, I know, who would have thought?? On the way up to Milazzo to catch the ferry to Lipari, she had the strap of her camera in her mouth. (No, I don't know why)! Of course, Flynn had to yank it. After the blood and the melodrama died down, she was left with a very wobbly tooth. Anyway not a bad deal for B, the tooth fairy left her €2. The next morning, we took Sapna's and Jim's advice and took the No 84 ...
... sad but true) I have wanted to come to Paris just to see the places depicted in the movie. The Louvre was packed but we didn't have to queue which was nice. The hard part of it was there are thousands of pictures but all the descriptions are in French which does not help me. The amount of stairs in this place was crazy, our feet were in pain and the place was hot so after seeing everything (we think) we toddled on out up another billion stairs and had ...
... They are separated regionally: Oceania, Asia, Africa, and the Americas. Evan thought all the tribal masks were cool! I enjoyed the jewels myself. We spent several hours touring the museum before going to the special Tiki exhibit. The exhibit chronicled the beginnings of the American longing for some R&R and the adoption of the South Pacific as a way to obtain a relaxing getaway (without really leaving). There was a lot of ...