Kyriad Linas Monthlery
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... in a small audience. We walked down some stairs and then put our cloaks in the cloak room. We were then went to another spot were they check our ticked and assigned our seats. One of the many ushers showed us into the theatre that was much bigger than I expected! We were sitting about half way to the stage and fairly central. Lots of people who had ordered the show with a meal had been seated close to the front. We had quite a good view which was the main thing. We waited ...
Got up early so we could go out for breakfast with Diana this morning, then she dropped us off at the train station. It was sad to say goodbye to her & to Switzerland as we had such an amazing time there! The train to Paris took about 4 hours, then we found our apartment easily, it's in a great location so is going to make our sightseeing much simpler. We settled in then went out to do some exploring. We found an undercover market where we brought ...
... for a coffee and some crepes, which were amazing, before venturing through many of the streets. From the top of the dome, we picked in what direction we wanted to head once we were down to get us into the centre, and in venturing through the streets we set off in that general direction. It was great to see a different part of Paris on our way in, but the story remained so gorgeously the same - picture perfect streets and buildings in every direction. ...
... she had left out (pills, lighters, clothes etc.), wipe down the fridge, sweep and mop the floors. I also ran the washing machine most of the day washing the sheets and towels. The worst part was when i lifted up the mattress whilst changing the bedsheets to find a pink dildo sitting there. Grabbing a nearby book I managed to flick the dildo off the bed and onto the floor...the book ...
... This is served with vegetables such as carrots, turnips and potatoes in a broth, chickpeas, raisins, and usually one or more kinds of meat: chicken, beef, and often merguez (a spicy beef and mutton sausage) and all together heated up by harissa (a hot red chili pepper sauce). It is delicious and filling and not very expensive. We paired our couscous with a nice little rosť from Morocco. It was a walk down memory lane for us, as we used to eat couscous fairly ...