Ibis Styles Melun
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... I waited in line for an hour with a bunch of chinese ladies, very much a face in the crowd) so the workers were a little more responsive (I feel) to her asking while I waited in line if they had the purse I was looking for. They did, score, but I didn't know I needed to ask for tax free shopping while I was there, not so score... but it's ok there's not much I can do about it now (I just wish I hadn't paid so much tax!)
After that, we went to Lafayette maison for ...
... that it was a river, that in revolt, was an enemy to be feared even by the most civilized city in Europe. After the disaster struck, Paris was reconstructed and changed forever. published ...
... cave, which we did. This wasn't as easy as it sounds, because as it turns out May 1 in France is "Labor Day." Most of the businesses shut down -wineries included. Lucky us, after an hour of driving we found the perfect subterranean sipping spot, a 5th generation winery and the one that provides all the wine for the Chenonceau label. Wine tasting is free here. The wine is plentiful and cheap. We left with two bottles and had we lived closer would have bought a ...
We are both sick, Laurie with a cold and Meg with a chest infection, don't worry, it's not serious, we were able to go shopping after school, Meg bought a pair of lovely black boots and Laurie a beautiful black and red cashmere/wool jumper, We felt it was time for a curry so we found this little Indian restaurant just off Boulevard St Germain, it was really good, we could have been in India. We came home and nursed ourselves with a bowl of soup and an early ...
The swear jar was full to overflowing from our Bordeaux rush-hour driving experience, so we used some of the cash to buy a couple of chocolate croissants before jumping on the TGV. It was a direct service to Paris (pretty much half way across France), with no stops at all along the way, so it only took three and a half hours. After a quick connection on the Metro we were in our suburb, Sentier, about three hours ahead of schedule so we stopped for lunch at a cafe and took ...