Premiere Classe Orly Rungis
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Stupid frozen fog. So today is a day of second chances. We're hoping to make better memories of these two places, so that's we'll have great stories to tell, not just regrets of how it should have gone.
First things first - Mario and I have a meeting with the son of my coworker, to bring him some gifts that were sent with us for his family. We meet up at a the Café Ménilmontant, right down the ...
... moon, and the ice-creams afterwards were apparently spectacular. Going home on the metro was another fun experience for us all, especially the kids. A man hopped on right when we did, set up his loud speaker to accompany himself and started playing the piano accordion. He played well and was a real showman. We paid him 5 euro (!) and sang along as much as possible. It was a real hoot :) Yes - another great day, together with the Marcus Betschel ...
... one piece) we met our guide at Gare Saint Lazzare and was put on the train to Versailles. Visited a lovely market, bought baguettes, pastries, and wine and stowed it in our bike saddle bags. We then followed our guide through the grounds and gardens of Versailles. Started with the (smaller) buildings, Grand Trianon and Petit Triannon and Marie Antoinettes specially built Austrian village because she was homesick. A ...
... I looked for ages and couldn't find just-add-water pasta with sauce. I bought a couple of packets of ramen noodles for camping the next 2 nights - not ideal but it will do - plus a frozen lasagne and a salad for dinner tonight. Oh, and 6 snickers for 2 Euro. Om nom nom. The checkout girl was supremely lazy - the noodles wouldn't scan so after just 2 tries she just put them in my bag without charging me for them. When the total came to 7 Euro and 10 cents, I gave her a 5 Euro note ...
... much fashion knowledge as humanly possible!! Today we went to visit Uncle Maurice, but since he wasn't home Anna and I decided to have a cup of coffee (well I drank hot chocolate) on the street instead. Then we went over to Frank's an hung out with him and his son Tony.
Frank made an amazing dinner with tomatoes, mozzarella, basil and onions as a first course, and then a roasted chicken with ...