Formule 1 Savigny Villemoisson

Address: Route D257, Savigny-Sur-Orge, Île-de-France, 91600, France | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Route D257, Savigny-Sur-Orge.
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Travel Blogs from Savigny-Sur-Orge


A travel blog entry by jacquihawthorne on Feb 09, 2015

... to the Jardin de Plants and walked back to our hostel. We got a galette for lunch, a crepe with ham, cheese, potato and lettuce. We did some washing and got a free beer at the hostel. For dinner we had cheese fondue. We got bread and salad with the hot cheese, and some red wine. We got chocolate fondue for dessert and got fruit for dipping. There was a burner on the table to keep the pot of cheese/chocolate hot. We were very full ...

Kama Sutra, Oh Happy Day!

A travel blog entry by megandlaurie on Nov 07, 2014

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... called Gallerie Vivienne. Walking through it we discovered Jean-Paul Gaultier has his atelier here and just down the street was the pretty, and oh so Parisian bistro seen in 'Something's gotta give' with Diane Keaton etc. It still reads well and the menu is good so we will probably give it a try. It is Le Grand Colbert and may be too touristy. Found in Rue de Petits Champs a row of Japanese restaurants ...

Then the orange and yellow line!!

A travel blog entry by bairdygirl on Sep 26, 2014

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... you've probably heard, the Wedding Feast at Cana, Boticelli, Renoir, sculptures like the Venus de Milo, the Winged Samothrace and the Sphinx of Ramses, our heads were spinning!!!

We only stayed for 2 hours, to do the Louvre justice you need a day, or maybe a week!! For us though we went back to La Terrace to people watch and marvel at what an amazing day we'd had! We had dinner on Rue Cler, and tried snails at Le Petit ...

Musee D'Orsee & St Germaine back streets

A travel blog entry by margshepherd on Aug 13, 2014

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... amazing with sculptures and high arched dome ceiling and a huge railway clock facing the length of the hall. Whilst there were thousands of people it was not too bad here. We walked around and saw magnificent room sized murals depicting in religious and court life during the early kings of France. We saw work by Monet, Manat, Renoir, Van Gogh, Roden, Cezanne ( not my favourite), Toulouse La Trec and so many others. Lots of famous ...

A step back in time...

A travel blog entry by susan.carrick on Jul 11, 2014

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... a series of images - they best exist in the moment and in memory.

One highlight was the Egyptian galleries - one sarcophagus would have been spectacular, but there were galleries of them. The single mummy was a draw card and we were mesmerized by its hands - so lifelike despite the ages. A sobering reminder of mortality and the generations that have preceded us. Egyptians were also dab hands at building monuments to their royalty and Ramses ...