Hotel Le Quartier Bercy - Square Paris
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... the hop on hop off tour. It was chilly today but the wind was not blowing as hard as it was on land.
We then went souvenir shopping and found a bunch of useless items that have Paris on them. Maybe we can do something with them.
Tired right now. Ready for bed. Anxious about driving out of Paris on Friday Hope to get some sleep.
... this cheese relies less on rennet and more on lactic fermentation. Flavor can vary wildly by the season, but it is usually more salty, meaty, savory and sometimes metallic and bitter when compared to Brie de Meaux. Comté AOC (cow, Jura, 24 months) - has a firm and supple texture that melts in the mouth and leaves a sweet taste (95%25 of cows used for this cheese are Monbéliarde, known for their sweet milk; the rest are Simmental). Can ...
... Exactly what line and what station I needed to get on, change at or get off on. A real time and life saver. As for the map, one press of the button and it located me so I knew exactly where I was at all time. I get to the hotel and it was very 'quaint' in other words tiny. But it was very clean and very nice. Because I was so early I was able to store my luggage and head straight out, which I did. Straight back on the metro and off to ...
... had cabins for six people to fit in. Lucky nobody was with us having to share a cabin. Sleeping on the train was not comfy. In the cabins we had we had fold out beds from the train seats. It came to be 3 decks high. Amber and I sat at the top deck and Dad and Mum had the middle ones. There was a ladder to get down from the deck and the middle deck if your small. We had a final stop at Milan on that train. From there we got on a another train to Rome.
Hello Peeps. It's been awhile since my last entry. So much to do and so little time. We are now back in Paris having finished our tour on Wednesday afternoon. On Monday we visited Chateau de Villandry in the Loire Valley. The Chateaux were built in the Loire by wealthy families from Paris as their holiday houses. Villandry was lovely, built of sandstone with lots of windows so that it was really light and airy but the most impressive thing about it was its ...