Kyriad Cachan Paris Sud
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... beds by a road.... you have to go down an underpass to emerge in a wonderful cool tranquiel area where there is a fast flowing stream of clear water and a still pond where the water lilies are and where the trees reflect in the water.... SOOOO BEAUTIFUL --- I'd love that property!
We went through Monet's house which is painted a lovely colour - though possibly better suited where it is than back home - not sure what ...
... Andrew to brew a pot of fresh coffee! Sunset was around 10 p.m. but still light enough to fool us into thinking it was too early for bedtime. No wonder we wandered around bleary-eyed for days.
*The incomprehensible all-in-one washer/dryer machine with instruction manual written only in French (of course) frustrated us to no end. Andrew found the manual for that particular model online ...
... the road closures to the A de T had been lifted and the friendly gendarme in his full dress uniform had gone.
Back at La Regence, the wonderful Emmanuel and Estelle helped us organise our tickets for the train to Bourges tomorrow. They have both been issued with the "order of the koala" - as a small appreciation for their exceptional service to two blundering Aussies.( I bought a whole stack of those kitch clip on koalas, which ...
... Marlena found. So she was fuming about it because she wants to go too. But actually she's in her 7th month of pregnancy and he wasn't sure how safe it was to fly for her and not only that, she needs to renew her passport and because she's a Polish citizen, she's needs a visa to go to the US. And it became all Matthieu's fault because he hadn't married her yet, they were only considered as de facto, so she could only be considered as a Polish citizen rather than French, ...
... yup you're right that's the shoe floor. Well two pair of Parrellel shoes later and a hand bag for Sally and another trip to the tax refund and we were out of there! Hopped into a taxi and over to avenue George V. There was an Armani store there and coincidentally very close to George V hotel so thought a little shop and a little glass of champagne would be the plan. Wouldn't you know it Armani store closed for renovations. The Terrace at George V ...