B&B Bretigny sur Orge
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... sense of direction. Found train station and after changing trains etc we got to where we started the day.. By this time time we were again ready for a toilet but couldn't find one. After ages bought a beer in a bar that we found and used their facility. Not the best experience. Found very nice Asian restaurant for dinner which was only 300 metres from hotel. The hotel dude could have sent us there the night before. (Insert ...
... have to either go into Paris or take a 30 minute walk into the unknown. I'm taking the walk.
The walk there was fine, I only missed one street along the way. Once I got to Orange, they put the SIM card in and my phone wasn't unblocked. So I had to contact the provider and try to get it unlocked before it will work, which should take about 2 days. The guy was very helpful and nice. So I paid for the card that isn't doing anything and headed home. ...
... like. They don't agree on this. I have always wondered what art scholars did. Now I know. They sit around late at night trying to guess what a bit of art work might have looked like if they had managed to find all of its parts.
The next highlight is the Mona Lisa. There are signs to the Mona Lisa everywhere. I don't think that anyone comes to the Louvre without seeing the Mona Lisa. The crowd around the Mona Lisa makes the crowd around the Venus de Milo ...
... room cleaning golf shoes. Hit off was around 10am and my group was Joyce Park, Geoff Marshall and Geoff Cosgriff. It was a really fun day as Geoff C had a great dry sense of humour and Geoff M was helpful with my golf. Joyce is always fun. I played much better and, despite the heat, scored better. The course was established in 1902, was well designed and ...
... Lochnagar crater and then on to Mouquet Farm - of particular interest to Kent because this is where he believes his great-uncle Francis Perrier Rogers is buried in an unmarked grave. He left a poppy here too and took several photos. On or return journey the driver stopped again at Mouquet Farm - in fact he drove on to the property and he encouraged Kent to pick up some dirt from the Farm, which he did. We then visited battlefield sites at ...