Kyriad Le Bourget
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... are sixty dancers in the show, acrobats, mime artists and a singer from the French version of the voice. The food was three courses and wine, Champagne and coffee. We finished the night there at 2330 The cast of the show put on a tremendous performance and use boundless energy throughout, the only get a one hour rest then do the same show over again. After the show we exited onto the main Champs Elysee and had a photo opportunity in the ...
... department store, like Selfridges. On the way there we passed a little brasserie and decided to have lunch. I had the Salad Nicosia and Dennis had the Cheese Burger and fries which he said was delicious.
After paying the bill we continued walking to Bon Marche. Finally reaching the store we went in. This is a huge store in which you could easily spend days. I noticed some shoes I had not seen before ...
... relaxing and fun.
Walking off our lunch we wander through the Tuileries and its really nice to see so many locals utilising the gardens in the afternoon. We come across the greatest public garden chairs I have ever seen which allow you actually lie back and have a bit of a sunbake. Once through the gardens its off to Musee d Orsay. We cross the footbridge named "Passerelle Leopold-Sedar-Senghor", named after the first president of ...
... Christophe at our charming little studio apartment in the 15th District. It was a former Boulongerie that has been refurbished. Christophe was very charming and took us on a neighbourhood tour to familiarise us. The area is a lovely residential Parisian area and within a few minutes walk we were close to cafes, bakeries, butchers, seafood and fruit & vegetable markets and two Metro stops so it was a great location. At the end of the day it was lovely to ...
... paintings along the walls and ceiling. Unfortunately pictures weren't allowed inside so I can't show any. You'll just have to go there! Luckily we were able to take pictures in the crypt below the church (I think ), and more impressively at the dome at the top of the bell tower, both of which we decided to explore. The crypt was huge, but going up to the dome was a highlight, as it required scaling up the century-old stone spiral staircase - in all, 234 of ...