Hotel Kyriad Bezons
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- Shuttle bus service
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- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... could talk! I think a lot of history has happened here. Inside though it is warm and cosy!
Yesterday afternoon we went to the supermarche and stocked up on muesli and yogurt, some fish and veges for tea which I cooked on the gas hob here in the well equipped apartment. It has dishwasher, washing machine and dryer, good heating which we need as it is quite cold today.
Well that's all for now, gotta go wash my hair!
... the Arc de Triomphe, totally unplanned. A saunter part way along Champ Elysees and then up to and along Boulevard Haussman took me in and out of shops for just a browse here and there. I happened upon, by chance in my disorientated state, 'passage couverts', covered shopping arcades of the 19th century; not unlike the Brisbane arcade but narrower and more sumptuously designed and decorated. Further meandering found me at Centre Pompidou; and I got to see this without ...
Today we walked! After breakfast, we crossed the river again and headed towards the Eiffel Tower. There are some great activities along the banks of the River Seine-mazes, swing ball,table tennis, climbing wall, lots of stuff to run and climb on, cafes, boats, gardens, people running, skateboarding, cycling and roller skating. We played chess and walked past all the amazing palaces and museums. We went into the Petit Palais to use the toilet and had a bit of a wander ...
... s in one viewing before. About 130 spread across his lifespan so there were of his differing styles. Absolutely amasing. There were also a few Rembrandts, Monets, Matisse, Renoir, Chagall, Klee, Cezanne. Excellent display and a great way to spend a few hours on a rainy day. We checked out some shops but Swiss watches don't seem any cheaper in Switzerland. There were bus loads of Japanese tourists going through the Rolex and Longines shops. ...
... day in Paris every time I use it. In addition to the rolling pin, we also bought a milk frother for making specialty coffees, and a unique spice grinder for ourselves and for Matt, since he enjoys cooking so much. From E. Dehillerin we took the metro to the Montmartre area and went into the famous Sacre Coeur Basilica, perched high on a hill in north Paris. We have been here before, and we came mainly to see the view of Paris. We encountered the worst ...