BEST WESTERN Golf Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and plants. Balconies are still blooming! Flowers shops are found within every few blocks. Fresh cut flowers are carried home or offered as hostess gifts. There is agricultural color to be found everywhere despite the wintertime weather. The cafés still offer outdoor seating and many people are bundled up sipping, conversing, people watching, laughing with their children in these outdoor spaces. Occasionally, you see space heaters to add warmth and plastic walls to ...
... have lived and worked in this bohemian area, especially in the early 1900's. Of course, the windmill of the Moulin Rouge is the symbol of the fun-loving and creative nature of Montmartre but there is so much more to this fascinating part of old Paris. I felt the urge to wear a beret and dance the can-can. And to paint, of course.
... awesome, though it was overcast so we didn't really experience the full effect. Right, let's find this vineyard. Down the back of the church we walk and come across a gorgeous garden archway and then a fountain with a great view up towards the church. No vineyard. Mum want to take more pictures of Sacre Coeur so we head back up then walk down the front of the grounds. We sit and order croissants and coffee from a very RUDE waiter and take in the ...
... more Rose, red, and white wine than we could possibly drink. For entree, we were served egg and bacon pie, salmon, and of course escargot (snails!). The snails were delicious - coated in an incredible garlic sauce which we sucked out of the shell. For our mains, most of us had the duck l'orange, which was so succulent and came straight off the bone. Dessert was a choice between several French delicacies, and I enjoyed ...
... the police had blocked traffic from the street we were walking on, assuming there must be an accident ahead, we carried on. And then we could see why no cars were allowed – there was a protest in full swing, complete with flares, smoke, explosions, and riot police! It sounds very dramatic and scary, but talking to a local we found out it was quite normal and orderly. When we got in the thick of it ...