Etap Viry Chatillon A6
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- Shuttle bus service
- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... the real Monalisa. If it's not hidden down to somewhere beneath Louvre. Or who knows somebody might have stolen and hanging in his/her basement looking at it right now, while we are looking at a fake one. Just wondering. Next thing I noticed the tone of the painting. How darker it was. And the same thing I noticed to some other painting by Leonardo Da Vinci, the ...
... and access to the Cathay lounge (which is great in Hong Kong). Would recommend. Also very taken with my hotel. Who would have thought I could book something with decor to match my luggage?? I finally made it out of my jetlagged bed this morning and went for a run, down past the Opera Garnier, down Rue de la Paix and into the Tuileries.... All of this brought back a stack of forgotten memories from previous trips. Much as I'm a believer in going to new places, ...
... turned into a sun parasol for the duration. But the wait gave us the chance to meet and talk to some lovely people from Canada and find out about growing up behind the Berlin Wall. Our 2 hour wait was, I initially thought, not worth it as we were herded through what looked like an art gallery rather than a home. Then the stairs took us to the magnificent rooms that ...
... Spencer store! The choice of food there gave me memories of living back in the UK and the choice there - apparently the same as Woolworths back in SA for Susan too! So after the boat got back to Notre Dame we headed back to the hotel to have a short siesta and a cold shower to cool down! Early dinner at the bistro 2 doors down and then the girls have in to the ...
... had booked us a Fat bike tour of some Paris highlights and this turned out to be great. We did this last tear in Munich but there it was called Mikes Bikes, but the same concept. So we had a group of about 15 folks and our young enthusiastic guide who provided us with history and humour for about two and a half hours. We saw: Ecole Militaire, Napoleons Tomb, Place de la Concorde, Les ...