hotelF1 Rungis Orly
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... out here that when we realised the road was blocked I did suggest Cosi! So it was nearly 4 by the time we had lunch! another bottle of wine and delicious sandwiches as many of you know. I always have the Stonker which is tomato/rocket/Parmesan/mozzarella. Drew, who owns Cosi (as well as Fish, Semilla, Freddie) joined us and for an icecream. Time to go home as it was dark by this stage and getting cold. Looking forward to another week in Paris and nice weather forecast - how lucky! S ...
... we went to the louvre and the Tuileries gardens.there was a great playground.the orange roes had Monet paintings.we went to Versailles and the gardens.it was busy but the gardens were brilliant.the Musee D'Orsay was lovely.we also to a cruise down the Seine of an evening.we had lots odd ice cream and baguettes and croissants when in ...
All a little excited this morning cause we had some free time to wander. Andy took three to the Louvre while Werry dropped the rest off at Place de la Concorde near the Champs Élysées so we took a stroll down to the Arc de Triomphe and back again stopping for coffee and a bit of window shopping along the way. Bev found a toy boy at the macaron ...
... Her name is Valerie. She does accupuncture and massage, and is extremely kind and friendly.
While I was finishing my meal a man next to me asked if I could watch his bag while he went to the bathroom. It took him a good 10 minutes to return and when he did he took his bag, said thank you, and walked away with a long piece of toilet paper stuck to the bottom of his heel. The ...
... would have used troy's method- call a cab.
we walked around the area surrounding the Eiffel Tower and found our meeting spot for our tour.
we had a quick bite to eat on the river seine.
our tour commenced at 12:30; we all had little radio sets so we could hear our tour guide Anna from Russia. She told us about the history of the tour; who designed it, built it, how long, why and why it ...