Chateau de Montvillargenne
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... that you lit up. Jasmine bought yoghurt with fruit and had a grog or hot toddy. We then headed to Notre Dam and checked out the church. It's free and then checked out the crypt. I couldn't recall the significance of Notre Dam other than the cartoon. But it's a lovely church. We then headed to the Eiffel Tower. We walked up the stairs which only cost 5€. There 670 stairs to climb which sounds like a lot but it isn't. I freaked out a bit ...
Obligatory walk around the Eiffel Tower then off to Printemps and Galleries La Feyette. Shoes and new Garnier Thiebiault tea towels on the agenda and duly purchased. Hope Gold Lotto comes in Lunch at The Millenium Hotel on Haussmann and a stroll home via Rue Saint Honore. Lucky it's Monday and most of the shops are closed. Lovely way to see Paris again. Going to the local restaurant in our street tonight for a light meal and maybe a glass or ...
After a sleepless night for Julie and I, we set out for strong coffee and breakfast. Magnifent pastries, that's the way breakfast should always be!!! We then made our way to Gare Saint Lazare train station to meet our bicycle group for the day. And who would believe, better Internet connection there to be able to viber the family than anywhere else so far!!!! After an hour train trip we arrive in Vernon to grab our bikes and search the ...
... you really are transported to another world! With the colonial style buildings on either side and the fairy tale castle up ahead it is a pretty special place. Our first choice was Frontierland but this turned out to be a bad one because Thunder Mountain was out of commission and we had to go for lunch early to avoid the crowds, so we didn't go on anything...but of course we did try the shops and the shooting range! Lunch was Italian with ...
... by a French waiter who had trouble understanding us, so he went to find an English speaking waiter. Just then our Jeremy Irons lookalike rounded the corner and spotted us. With a grin, he exclaimed, "You made it!" In a flash, our dessert was in front of us. Chris ordered a cup of Ben & Jerry's ice cream, and I got a tartlete with cream. After dessert and a fun evening, we had an early night looking forward to seeing Notre Dame and Versailles.
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility