Hotel Kyriad Bezons
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and then Eli and I went for a walk down the street and did some shopping. The next soccer match between the Netherlands and Costa Rica was on at 10pm so we had to be back for that! Eli and Michael were hoping Costa Rica would win as the Netherlands are not in favour. Apparently they pulled a foul or something in their game against Mexico and got a penalty kick right at the end of the game and won the match. Anyway, I went to bed half way through.
... as limited numbers are allowed in at one time. After spending about 5 hours on the Champs-Élysées, we head back on the train to Auber and stop in at Galleries Lafayette, an enormous department store close to our hotel that we had not previously explored. This is truly a unique experience, with the Homme (mens) shop on one side of the road taking up a full 3 level building, and the Femme (womens) shop on the other taking up 5 levels, with children's clothing taking an ...
... such a calmness come over me. The stained glass windows were so eye catching as the sun glistened through. It was a good thing we made an early start, no crowds at 8am. From the cathedral we walked along the River Seine with map and iPhone in hand. After about 15 minutes we ended up at the Louvre, again no queues, so straight in we went. Mary was a little hungry so we made a detour into the cafe at the Louvre. I was served by a very ...
... places in Paris for it's incredible history. It was once a royal palace and held one of the largest medieval halls in Europe, France's Grand Hall. The lower medieval hall is still in great shape but the upper great hall's status is a bit of a mystery. It isn't mentioned in any of the signage and some books say it still exists with restricted public access while others say it was destroyed by fire. During the French Revolution, the Conciergerie was a prison and it's most ...
... happened cos when we got train tickets already, we realised this line totally doesn't suit us, so we decided to walk to a different station which supposed to be only five minutes away from were we were. We got lost. And then......Right then, my eyes saw it. Saw the Museum the Pompidou building. I couldn't believe it. We were almost in a train and I knew there had to be a reason why we really got out of the station. We didn't even realised we are so close to it ...