Ibis Styles Fontenay
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... A great first night!!! Up early for boot camp. Ali's girlfriend Sarah is a personal trainer so we were out on the lawn at 8am. Well four of us made it! I had organised a woman to come in and get breakfast organised and then clean up. This will be the norm over the next five mornings. So fresh fruit salad muesli with yogurt or Creme fraiche, fresh baguettes, croissants and other pastries, fruit juice tea, coffee. Quite a few decided to head over to ...
... two travel days, or maybe three, and pay for a bus for the last leg. It would be fair to say we were not happy tourists after that news. We had wrongly assumed that activating and using the Eurail passes would be relatively easy, as the website had suggested. Wrong. When we got home I got some advice from mum and Nic looked up the information again, and wrote to Eurail for some help. The highlight of the day happened that night- we had heard of some kind ...
... had more filling therefore making them 5% better. But Mike's trumped in the flavour vote. So it can only be concluded that Mike is the winner. We then walked on and investigated the Musee de Montmartre et Renoir (a quaint museum in an old house with surrounding garden in which once lived many of the famous artists or the area - including Renoir). On to the Palais ...
... but has certainly found a way to avoid being cramped on a crowded train! The sax player plugged himself in and started playing 'When The Saints Come Marching In'. The Battle of the Buskers was on! Nobody knew who to watch or who to look at. Every now and then the sax player would throw a dirty look at Jacko so I think it must have been his territory. The passengers just looked confused, some looking ready to jump from the moving train. They were still duelling when I got off at ...
... official picnic area! We all agreed that this was the most regal picnic spot we have ever been to!
After taking the train back to Paris we picked up some take-away poulet and puree pomme de terre (mashed potatoes) and had a relaxing meal at the apartment. The boys packed up quickly to prepare for our departure tomorrow; their speed in completing this task was met with the reward of a trip to their beloved Amorino for gelato!