Balladins Gennevilliers Superior
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- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... coffee percolator things with duck liver on the top through which the hot broth had seeped and cooked as it went. The resulting dish was fabulous. Soft butter like liver and the most divine broth with ginger, shallots and incredibly intense flavours with a long lingering palate. A great dish. Next was a wonderful (running out of adjectives here) salmon dish topped with a wafer thin slice of radish with a few pomegranate seeds underneath. The sauce was sublime although sorry can't ...
... brought another girl to take her place when she's gone because the last girl decided that she wanted full time for the whole month, even though that's not what Beatrice wants. They will only need some for like two weeks because we have vacation coming up. There's no reason to have someone come in and clean an empty house.
I got my work schedule today! It's pretty good because it doesn't conflict with any ...
... a quick photo with Minnie, grabbed Goofy as he was setting up shop and nabbed the Chipmunks en route. We didn't queue for any of them. Later in the day the queues to see these characters were an hour and half long. Anyway by 10.00 we had done all the rides in Fantasy Land and Discovery Land and even went on some of the popular rides twice. We actually didn't stop until lunch at midday. ...
... churches I wasn't going to wait in that line to see another one.
So I got on the Metro and headed over to the Musee de l'Orangerie. This was a magnificent sight. It's a museum desihned by Claude Monet to house his Water Lillies. There are two oval-shaped white rooms with four huge panels curved to fit the shape of the walls all by Monet. He meant it to be a sanctuary from the hustle and bustle of Paris as a place to rest ...
... a bit. Afterwards we got a crepe and headed onto a city tour bus. Unfortunately, this bus wasn't the best, it was very slow and not all that informative. Gab's got a little fed up and said something to the workers but i don't think it phased them, haha. One of the places we really enjoyed that the bus took us to was Notre Dame. A beautiful church that has a lot of history in it. It also is the place where Jesus's crown of thorns lays. ...