Ibis Marne La Vallee Emerainville
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... walked around a lot between warm drinks. Brooke's caveat was we needed to see the nighttime extravaganza which was pretty cool - fireworks and laser lights. I've concluded I'm the only adult out there who hasn't watched Frozen and has no idea about the songs...I admit I'm comfortable with that too :) Well, as it turns out it wasn't the stuff of nightmares...well, if you discount the shopping and shopping of ****** plastic trinkets and ...
... It was after the lunch that Ashlyn navigated us towards the famous Pierre Herme macarons shop. We bought 4 macarons (pistachio, rose, chocolate and a citrus mix) to share and ate them in a square that neither of us can remember the name.
Once we’d devoured the little treats, we walked 2 miles to the Eiffel Tower. Just kidding, we took the metro. We walked the grounds and Ashlyn stood in awe of the tower as this was her first visit ...
... of us had raincoats etc.Finally the "pink mansion" appeared in front of us- The Disneyland Hotel, right on the site of the park.Next question was- would they even have our reservation?After all , they have in the last month sent us three cancellation letters for reservations we did not even make!!
Next, a wait in the line- of course, then check in,where to my relief they had our reservation, but not our room ready.So by now we are all ...
... either, I spent the time productively, knocking out an abstract for the African Studies Association of Australasia and the Pacific (AFSAAP) Conference in Dunedin later this year...who said us blokes can't multitask, eh?! I closed out my time in Paris wandering from its other quintessential monument, the Arc de Triomphe, down the Champs-Élysées (only stopping twice...once for a beer, and once for a glass of red), before heading for the airport, next stop ...
... and two stories village houses that are built right up to the street edge. You can just walk into the church which has that old nana cupboard smell and the marble stairs have been worn away in areas where so many people have walk down them for so many centuries. We leave this lovely village and head up to a light house, which in its time was built as a party house for the more fortunate members of France to come together and celebrate and drink champagne. There is a small ...