Ibis Budget Marne La Vallee Val D'Europe
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... to do some sort of safety drill tomorrow - can't wait! After dinner we go for a walk around the shady side of Amsterdam where young and not so young women ply their trade. On our ship the Aussies are outnumbered by Canadians 50 to 90 with a couple of other nationalities to make up 168 passengers. Off to bed as an early start to go and look at windmills before we set sail at ...
... at 5 40.
We had essentially 4 and a half hours to kill. It wasn't all ,bad there was a
guy just playing the piano to pass the time and the music inside the relatively
quiet station was a pleasant change from the roaring of the outside world. The
whole reason we chose to ride on the Eurostar was because for one it was a
train that went under water, and two it was for the views and scenery. Now it
certainly wasn’t for the cost because it ...
... They sought her our first thing and were rewarded with no more than 50 people In the room, now those who have been and seen know that this is a very nice outcome. The report from my venue is that I had such an indulgent time, not only is the restored railway station a show stopper with a central feature gold clock proving a real statement piece and then there is the sculptural items and art that enable me to indulge. A study and special exhibition of Van Gogh being held, ...
... and along huge corridors of oversized Italian artworks....there she was. Leonardo da Vinci's small portrait hung on it's own separate wall. It is the famous painting of a Forentine noblewomen known to some as La Gioconda or to many as the Mona Lisa. This is the main brand for the Louvre - it's on every pen, magnet, sign and book in the place, but yet there are thousands of other works of art like the Raft of the Medusa by Gericault or the Lacemaker by ...
... have both lived there) then walked to the Royal Crescent and went into Number 1 which is set up how it would have been in the 1700s. In the afternoon we visited Bath Abbey, had afternoon tea in the Pump Room at the Baths and did some shopping. Bath is really lovely and we would love to visit for longer another time. On Friday we visited Longleat which was built in 1580 by John Thynne who was one of Edward Seymour's (brother of Jane) stewards. ...