BEST WESTERN PLUS Paris Val de Bievre
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Hot tub
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... the opening stage of the Tour de France. The town was in full on party mode and very crowded. It was hard to see anything from the side of the road but we did manage to find a big screen to watch and really enjoyed seeing Aussie rider Rohan Dennis take the stage win. The next day, Stage 2 of the TdF came right through Montfoort so we spent a very pleasant day with the extended Ram family watching the Publicity Caravan and riders whizz by, while also celebrating Melanie's ...
... do justice to the plates, which were sensational and showed the food off wonderfully. We all decided a cheese course was in order and did not disappoint. After Normandy my appreciation of Camembert was renewed and so I had some of that, a soft goats cheese, a soft wash rind from Burgundy and a 36month Comte. Because we had Comte, were were served a "yellow" wine which was aldehydic on purpose and on its own pretty ordinary. But with the cheese sensational! Paul had an ...
We left lovely London this morning, catching the Eurostar train to Paris. Travelling at speeds between 160km/hr and 300km/ hr, we made it to Paris in about 2 and a half hours, including 20 minutes 195m under The English Channel. We are staying in an apartment whose owners are living now in the South of France. The whole apartment ...
After our happy train booking experience yesterday we were surprised to find that our tickets from Paris to Milan on 3rd January were not discounted at all. All other days except weekends. It seems that Parisians take trips away in winter or perhaps it is the skiing. After school we went to buy at Gare de Lyon but it was the same as online. At least we have the tickets for a daylight journey of ...
... for fresh salami and a slice of green peppercorn and cognac terrine, some marinated olives, and finally a bottle of C******nay, and we were set. I could have spent the whole morning in this street, looking at all the flower sellers and food shops, ( I've never seen so many different types of tomatoes), and gorgeous patisseries where we grabbed a couple of macaroons for our picnic.
Before that though, we headed down to the Musee Rodin, which ...