Courtyard by Marriott Paris La Defense West - Colombes
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... and sugar. But mostly butter. And then we came back down to earth to fully enjoy our treats. Before dinner we went down to watch the activity along the Seine. What a wonderful place for children to play! We saw lots of young families and children of all ages making use of the different areas. They have a jogging path and a half pipe for skateboarders, bikers and rollerbladers and some pull-up bars ...
Today Paris beckons...
One last English breakfast, one last climb of the dodgy stairs (seven flights from the breakfast room, thank you), one last dance around the cozy room and we were ready to move on to sunny Paris.
As old timers now, we negotiated the underground to Kings Cross easily and followed the crowds to St Pancreas International. What a wonderful international embankment point - spacious, comfortable and loads of seats. Most airport terminals ...
... Tower along the Seine. Beautiful, filled with so much history, and bustling with people on a Saturday afternoon/evening. It was simple, and locals embrace the area so heartily by LIVING in the place. Does that make sense? It's alive with life and lives. My dinner was onion soup, salmon with pesto, strawberry fruit tart, finished off with espresso and glass continuously filled with wine. Bon a petit! Pooped out by the end of the day! I have been up 42 hours, i ...
... a neighborhood with other apartment buildings. It has a small courtyard, a spiral staircase and an old-style elevator that reminded me of our elevator in my apartment building in Mumbai. Except that its half the size. You can just about squeeze two people in. The property manager we'd communicated with was there as was his caretaker guy - a sweet old Sri Lankan man.
They were very helpful with getting all our stuff into the place and then he ...
... was beautiful. However it was a little too big and impersonal for me. The first day I we just walked around and really took in as much as we could. We went and saw the Eiffel tour which was absolutely incredible. definitely made it all worth it. So stunning. When I thought it could get any better we went and saw it at night and it lights up and sparkles every hour and it was more amazing than I ever thought possible. Also on the ...