Les Jardins de la Villa
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
- Concierge desk
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... so many times this summer is like a breeze compared to the traveling I am doing now, but taking the T this summer really boosted my confidence in being able to figure it out on our own.
After we hugged Becca and Emily, we immediately were taken to the crepe stand down the street. There I enjoyed my first crepe ever, which was Nutella and Banana. After about 3 days there, my first crepe turned into about my 6th crepe. I mixed it up with ...
... was fun to see the other parts of Paris, of course not so glamorous as
most of what we saw was the rural city edges that look old and run down. When you arrive at the stop for Versaille,
you really can’t tell you are about to see something amazing until you get off
the train and walk a few blocks. Then just as you round a corner and clear some
park area you get your first glimpse of the Chateau and like everything else we
have seen, it ...
We had an incredible day! Coffee across the road first thing where I am now a regular and he knows my order :)) We catch the subway to the Eiffel Tower when the sun is only half way up and it's nice and quiet. It really is so surreal being here. Mum and I strolled down the Champs de Mars right to the army academy and gets some great shots. Then over to the street the tour shop is on and a stop for breakfast. ...
... lots of action. We found a small park, where we sat for a while, before having something to eat. We discovered that the park sat over a canal, which entered under it a short distance away. Because this was our first night in Paris, and we were quite tired, we decided to visit McDonald's. The food was exactly what we would get at home, and the menu was in English! Even the person who served us spoke accented English, although still in the rapid manner that seems to be ...
... quickly. First, I went to the lily pond garden followed by the main garden and Monet’s house. It turned out great: flowers were in full bloom, sun was shining, frogs were croaking in the pond, and even water lilies were opened. I tried to ignore crowds wandering around but it didn’t seem to me to be that congested, may be because school vacations didn’t start yet. The garden was like his paintings, beautiful and expressly eclectic, multicolored and peaceful.