Hotellerie du Bas-Breau
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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Adjoining Rooms
- Room service
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... ride. Despite riding along the Seine, by riverfront estates and parks, I kept my camera dry and took few pictures along the route. The scenery was absolutely beautiful, with narrow roads lined with sycamore trees, open fields, stone farm houses and villages. However, the wind was blowing at about 20 to 25 mph (32 to 40 kph), with gusts near 40 mph (70 kph). I’ve never ridden in such strong winds, but all of ...
... were divided into 8 sections and they bought their section of outer walls only and made it into their apartment on 4 levels. It is truly magnificent with fantastic views. Really thick walls of rock and mortar.. As soon as we arrived, we had to get into the kitchen to cook dinner for everyone. Then we had to set up everything for tomorrow's class, organise sleeping areas, have dinner and bed. We have 2 very busy days ...
... playing in the gardens that they timed huge fountains to. They charged extra euros to enter the gardens on this day, but once we entered the fountains were all shut off and the gardens under reconstruction! I was extremely disappointed. In total we had an hour at the palace because our tour guide was not organized and we had to wait for other late people in our group. The rest of the day we walked around more of the left bank and went to ...
... she made a bit of a gaff during the concert ... Instead of saying I love you, she said I love me. Which apparently had the audience in stitches ... Thankfully she didn't notice and kept on singing!! As I said, today was a big day. After the concert the band put on dinner for us at a local restaurant. It was very late though, and I'm not sure everyone was all that excited by it!! these late nights are going to get to us if we have to keep getting up so ...
... is massive!! It was pretty much built to
celebrate the French victories in various wars and we got to stand on top of it
and look across Paris (see one of the photos). So we did all the clichés like
the Arc and had a look at the Eiffel Tower as well as Notre Dame, not to mention
walking down the Champs Elysee, the main street of Paris, now that was big!! I
think the highlight was just being able to stay in the heart of Paris and be