Hotel De Golf
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... with paris a few times. Once on the train to versailles, once while staring at the eiffel tower at night while looking at it from across the seine river. Definitely adds to the mood, as evidenced by all the couples proudly displaying their affection for each other to the world
-Mom, try to find crepes with nutella. Not sure if that's a thing there but I loved them
-Grandma, did not make it to the opera house unfortunately, nor did I get to the Orsay. Next time
... 2 big bags of chocolates. He had ordered it while we were enjoying our waffles. We went by the City Hall, fountains, and statues.One building was called the "Butcher's Building" as the facade looked like strips of bacon the way they arranged the bricks. We also say the beautiful Notre Dame Cathedral. It is the tallest church in Europe which is pretty amazing considering how many churches and cathedrals there are in Europe. We then went to the beer pub and all how ...
... tea. We played away our Frankie-sorrow by playing Trivial Pursuit and Uno (and a couple of beers). After an amazing breakfast at a cafe, long conversation ensued with the Congolese owner, as we bonded over our Africaness. Justin #1 and I were fascinated by 2 men making candy by hand. We were glued to their window for about an hour and came out triumphantly with our own, still warm giant lollies! Much to our ...
... slides are irretrievably coated in child’s pee. An irrational fear? Or commentary on a Yorkton childhood? Or does he just spend long hours quietly observing strange children urinating? None of our theories proved conclusive, but the pictures of the lake turned out just terrific.
Fleeing a mad gunman by diving out the hotel window into the canal
Ok, this one is tough. We really didn’t do this. But it probably got your attention.
... found the tourist town spectacular with the chocolates, buildings, chocolates, canals, chocolates, horse drawn carriages and did we mention the Belgian Chocolates!!! The hot chocolates were to die for....... melted chocolate in milk.....and extremely expensive.....but well worth the experience!
We wandered the area exploring the small but busy streets, with little cottage shop fronts. It was easy to imagine a the tourist town in winter being an icy ...