Mercure Versailles Parly 2
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... bowl of noodle soup. Time for a little rest up before dinner. Our neighbours below David and Jill are renovating and so have been renting my place for a while. They were originally my guests and ended up buying below me! They arrived with a bottle of champagne and then around the corner to. La Bruyere. Another new bistro two minutes walk. Used to be a pretty ordinary looking pizza joint. Had the make over, nice. I just had a perfectly cooked entrecôte with ...
... through room after room of the ground floor of the Richelieu wing, which houses french statues, from medieval to modern times. The beauty and especially the gigantic scope of this museum have not been exaggerated. As i circulate through the impeccably selected and displayed works, the Louvre Palace is in and of itself a colossal work of art. The Richelieu's first floor is all cream colored bathed in white light. I walk from the French sculptures to the Mesopotamian wing, where i ...
... it's basically a few hundred highly organized Norwegians, they had their own PA system, a satellite receiver with wide screen tv's and obviously loads of flags and beer. The atmosphere was amazing, even the elctro euro dance music from the Norway contingent was good for a laugh watching them bounce up and down beer flying everywhere. The caravan came through an hour before the eve but they are not allowed to throw freebies into the crowd like ...
Kian Paris 7-6-13
Today this morning I went to st regis cafe. At saint regis cafe I had baguette .
Then we went to the flee market. I boght 11 army minifigueres 1 army car = 12 army toys.
When I was walking to St. (saint) regis I smelled goat cheese from 30 ft. away.
Today since it was so hot I got 4 ice screams and a fanta at the flee market.
For dinner I got S-CARGO WITH BREAD. It was great with the bread. It was like oyesters but not ...
... to the Louvre, it was already almost 5pm and they were closing in an hour. All of the museums seem to have odd hours and closures here (most are closed Tuesday, except Versailles, but then Thursday and Saturday they're open later than on Monday and Wednesday, and so on). So with the day coming to an end too soon, we were still able to head over to the Notre-Dame Cathedral. The interior was beautiful and massive, and we were there in time to see a service where the ...
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- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed