Ibis Budget Marne La Vallee Val D'Europe
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... 201;lysées. We end up walking into the Christmas Markets we visited the first night in Paris, we went straight to the soup store for lunch, again we ordered the veggie soup, and enjoyed every spoon full, as it warmed our soul. After lunch with continue onto Place de la Concorde. We checked it out quickly, as we were off to Laduree for some tasty treats, then Ralph Lauren. So after looking at all the macaroons, we end up buying 24 of them, which ...
... when we got back to Steph and Tim's it appeared so did Tim and Jeff!! A G&T comparative tasting/drink before they wandered across the road to a terrific little place called Cul de Poulenc or the chooks bum! Was midnight before we left, well we had to have a glass or two! We definitely did go for our run on Friday before getting ready to go out to lunch with marg and rob. Trying a new restaurant, well not new but new to us. Ze Kitchen ...
... in Geelong. Hope you are managing to get over the flight OK. Two twenty-four hour flights in a week is HUGE. But you did get to sit at the Cafe O Jules on the Place D'Italie. :-) 12.40pm now. On board the train to Munich. No trouble finding the right platform. Lovely single seat by the window again. ( Keeping my eyes peeled for that food trolley. Not missing out twice!) Am going backwards though. I did bring my own food. ( No one doubted that, right?) ...
... loo bands, in fact they each bought a three layer loom band tower, which David thought was particularly suitable for carrying onto the flights home! It took us a while but we found lunch, and then shot off to Chantilly, a former Royal hunting retreat in the middle of a forest which is now a national park. It has a famous chateau, which had been rated better than Versailles, not as blingy, but tourist free and with an amazing art collection. ...
... the museums we'd visited previously. While the indoor portion was great, what made Rodin special for us is the outdoor garden space. The grounds are immaculately kept and also contain several sculptures for you to view. We probably spent twice as much time in the garden than we did the indoor portion of the museum. We ate lunch at the Rodin and made our way over to the Champs-Élysées. Avenue des Champs-Élysées is arguably one of the most famous streets ...