Hotel Kyriad Bezons
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- Shuttle bus service
- Shuttle bus service
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... hot, and my sinuses are officially clear for about the next decade, Moving along the Champs Élysées - and past the Christmas markets, we eventually came upon the Louis Vitton flagship store. A monsterous building with everything Louis Vitton and then some. For those who don't know, Kylie has been trying to decide if she should buy an LV bag for about 20 years, and if so which one. The last two visits to France have ended with Kylie not being able to decide ...
... Dame before I found my way there. A bonus of this walk was passing through the flower market with its lovely bright colours and perfumes.
When I reached Sainte-Chapelle, the queue was so long I decided not to start my day standing still and moved on. I walked slowly along the Seine taking in the sights that are starting to become familiar - the bridges covered in locks, the river cruise boats, the sight seeing buses and the constant hum of ...
Firstly I must say that the French seem to be a little slower on ebooks...sales of http://goo.gl/b0Iqsl have been good in Germany and UK, but slow in France
Lots of hitchhikers in France..none in Oz
Carparks are harder to find in France
Food is fab
Still lots of inefficient 'job creation' jobs in France...like toll booth operators, road line ...
... 18 hundreds therefore the scaffolding is new you stupid man. As soon as we had an opportunity we got away as far as possible. I know what you are thinking, we have an issue with American tourists. Yes we do, we don't like them. There you go it's out there. They ask stupid questions and they talk extremely loud for no reason. Anyway let's continue to reflect on all the wonderful things we did today. Firstly standing and looking up at the Tower, wow. I didn't realise how big ...
... driver ever! We had a great conversation, so that actually made me happy that I ended up having to take a cab. When we got there, I had to run to my platform, but more like waddle-run because I was carrying my heavy bag. When I was finally right in front of the train, my French cell phone fell out of my pocket, and the world halted to slow motion as I watched it skid about 15 feet in front of me, and ever so slowly skid right under the train. So then I had a 10 second mental ...