How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... their bass trombonist, a Brit who works for the UN nearby. Thierry and Julian explained how Mons has adopted the story of St George and the Dragon and has an annual event where they re-enact the slaying in the Grand Square. We missed it by two weeks, and the cobblestones of the square were still dusted with orange sand (although I didn't ask what the sand was used for). The Town Hall forms part of the perimeter of the square, and (rarely, ...
... hospitality, generosity, and an openness to talk about anything. Today I will get an introduction to the city where my father spent his leaves playing tennis with a young friend named Pierre desmet. Pierre killed himself in the fifties, and I have been unable to find his family, so I'm on my own. He was here on leave on May 8, 1945, and witnessed the huge celebration of Germany's unconditional surrender. It's a fitting place to end this magical ...
After getting woken by our room mates very loudly packing their bags, we slept a while longer before getting up and getting ready. We walked the half hour or so into the city and went for a bit of a wander. They had some Christmas markets set up in a square and we wandered past a Belgian fries place that looked very popular. We had to find an ATM, so ended up wandering around a bit longer. We came across the main square in the city, the Grand ...
... pour when Claire arrived. Thunder and lightening even. Made a quick trip to l'arrive Pays- a small bistro close to Claire's place. Had a nice salad and wine. When we were walking to Claire's on Rue Blaes we went past an impromptu jazz band playing for a gallery opening. Very cool... The sax and bass layers were really good. Then stopped by Claire's to pick up stuff for overnight and then back home to Canon ...
... in the Le Marais district. And as I exercised for the last time at my local gym, I bid adieu to the African custodian who was so excited to practice his Spanish with me. To me, that's what it was all about - leaving a mark in a city that has left a massive impression on me.
Public transport is top notch in Paris. The metro runs every 3-8 minutes. Unfortunately, they stop running at about midnight during the week, and ...