Balladins Gennevilliers Superior
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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... there were places to park next to a church. We parked on the road next to it in this ghost town of a village and Jess made everyone some sandwiches and the girls sat on a pile of dried tar that was piled in the grounds. We ate our lunch and then Tim played some guitar shaped instrument and the women folk danced around laughing and having fun. It was just like a gypsy wedding. Then we drove on the rest of the way and I ...
... and then discussing in French their qualities certanly tested us both.By the finish we'd had our fill of cheese and wine and to think we could forego dinner, what a silly mistake. Passing St Sulpice on the walk home there was a fair advertising ski resorts in the south with snow filled tracks for kids to ski, tents with food and wine, and mini slides to excite the interest. It was so calm and wintry so we stopped for a couple of glasses of wine and then a roast chicken to take ...
... east included something what resembled a pandora charm bracelet. It was a dead ringer for it. It was that similar Joelene and I are confident that this must have been one of the inspirations for the design. Some of the stuff in the louvre was a bit like my moment seeing the items related to Joan of Arc - we are keen to google this a bit more to find out more background. For instance Joan of Arc was only 19 when she died so the stuff she crammed into a few short years was ...
... mistake, deciding to catch the Metro to Invalides. What we hadn't reckoned with was the huge numbers of stairs requiring us to lug our suitcases up and down at each end. We got there in the end, and had just a few hundred metres to trundle to our hotel. The hotel is great, a fantastic location in a fairly quiet street. It's a bit of a tourist area, but that's OK. Initially we found the room to be a bit of a challenge - the size of a telephone booth with about as much ...
... although there's less to see and less greenery there, there's a beautiful tree-lined walking path down the middle that leads to the Champs-Elysées and all the shopping. This street is kind of like the Magnificent Mile in Chicago. It's about a mile long, has a lot of high-end shops as well as tourist traps and people walking will just randomly stop in the middle of the sidewalk to look around. See - exactly the same :) The Champs-Elysées dead ...