Ibis Paris Marne La Vallee Val d'Europe
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... the soup, I couldn't remember exactly what the vegetable was but it came with chicken quenelles so thought it sounded good. Just as it arrived at the table, I remembered - Jerusalem artichoke! Now some of you will know that I don't ever eat these nasty little root vegetables as they cause the most God awful wind! But too late. The soup was delicious and I just hoped the effect wouldn't be too bad! My cod was not a success. Very ...
... Andrew on Skype, the iPad snapped out of its cover and fell two stories down to the pavement below our beautiful unscreened hotel room window. It did survive the impact, but it is severely damaged. Leo was very happy he wasn't the person holding the iPad when it fell. If anyone would like to see the video we were recording at the time of the fall, Andrew has possession of ...
... city.We visited: Le musee D'orsay, l'orangerie, les catacombes, Sacre Coeur, Notre Dame, Saint Chapelle, les Tuilieries gardens, l'hotel de ville (my personal favorite), le quartier latin (Latin quarter), Versailles, Pere lachaise and Monmartre cemeteries.
My favorite area in Paris is the Latin Quarter. It is full of winding little alleys, brimming with students and enchanting little pubs and "brasseries". We enjoyed spending time there whenever we ...
... for duty the next morning. Unbelievable loss. The teacher from Newfoundland presented a moving memorial on one of theses soldiers. The site included many cemeteries and monuments. Much of the site has been preserved - many of the trenches still remain. Josh and I had the opportunity to walk through one of the trenches. This put into perspective for us as to how deep the trenches were and the amount of work required to dig it. ...
... our 2pm appointment. She was keen to join us. Well very interesting but very intense. Our 2 1/2 hour session went for 4 hours! I was very much smelled out by then. The appointment was a one on one with the founder Jean Kerleo who is now in his 70's. Started with the history of perfumes from the very original eau de cologne right up to almost present times. Then tried about ten different base components. I think ...