Ibis Paris Marne La Vallee Val d'Europe
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... 70AUS, so very expensive tasty treats. Next stop was Ralph Lauren to buy Caleb a new polo. This kid is the most pipped out soon to be 14yr old around. Our final stop for the day, was a wine tasting. After we caught the trains near by, we were about an 45mins early, so we stopped at a cafe, and slowly drank our coffees, which was nice, by this stage my legs and ankles were shot, so the rest did them good. The wine tasting at Paris best wine bar (or as so ...
... a fusion restaurant that actually worked! Jeff and I both had prawn ravioli in a slightly Thai sauce then I had a stunning milk fed lamb dish and Jeff pheasant. I was feeling very replete so decided not to have dessert so Jeff went for a sweet corn number, with wasabi, I thought it was ghastly but he seemed to like it! We caught the bus home, said our goodbyes to Rob and Marg who were leaving the next morning. Jeff went and had a back massage so ...
... in. I bought the English newspaper The Mail in Paris. Lots about the Scottish vote... And a few scandals. There was a lovely article written by a woman who did a Battlefields Tour. Great to relive it. Well, I am settled in my lovely room in the Winters Hotel. Nice quiet room, Amanda. The rest of the train trip went very well. The Winters Hotel is directly opposite the station and so easy to find. Got here at 3.30pm. I unpacked and then headed out for ...
... neo- classical stable block twice the size of the whole Parliament Buildings complex in New Zealand! The minute we arrived in the car park we were horribly distracted by a massive posh show jumping event being held at the stable block, complete with Hermes saddlery store, Moët bar, and numerous gelato stands. I particularly liked the way the show jumping grooms whizzed around on Segway's. Finally, after purchasing a genuine French ...
... world and one of the most expensive strips of real estate in the world. The street is lined with cafes and restaurants, expensive shopping and the one thing we found most interesting - the most profitable McDonald's in the world. It was the classiest McD's we had ever seen. No doubt, there was lots of pressure to blend with the rest of the impressive drag. We walked up and down the street a little and avoided getting sucked into any stores, although the window shopping ...