Kyriad Marne-la-Vallee Torcy
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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After breakfast we all walked to rue Montorgueil which is a permanent pedestrian/market street, Liv and Simon were looking for goodies to take back to Jakarta, I was looking for seafood for a mussel, clam and codfish chioppino, but being Monday, they were all closed so our plans changed to show them rue Bretagne which is a lovely produce street and where the Enfant Rouge Marché is. We ...
... to the Luxemborg gardens which are across from where we are staying. Went for dinner at the little cafe the end of the street. Nice food, service good and they have English menus which helps and they are helping Danielle with her French. We had such a busy day but we can sleep on the plane coming home. I think we need the plane trip to catch up on rest. We haven't stopped but we are having fun. Tomorrow is the great Segway tour. Should be fun!
Love to all and see you ...
... off the ground. Where do people get the money for these things? Level 7 has an outside viewing area with amazing views of Paris. Looking at the outside of the opera building I knew I just wanted to go inside. My plan for Paris was to do as little research on buildings and go with instinct and this building was calling me. Wazza and I wandered in and the line was rather short (see definitely a sign) but wanting to see prices we walked ahead of the queue. No ...
... anymore rides we were interested in. Ruby can now say she’s been to Disneyland and I can say I’ve been to Disneyland twice! The bus finally arrived at the airport around 6:30PM and now we’re sitting in front of our boarding gate, tired but excited for home and to sleep in our own beds. Our flight flies at 9:40PM. Well, we’re hoping it flies. We’ve loved every second of our holiday. ...
... Ah well, next time we visit France.
It was raining budkets, unfortunately when we arrived but
we all had rain jackets and headed to the town centre from Rouen Station.
What an amazing place, it’s all fifteenth century houses
with beams and is a far older city than Paris.
We saw a lot of umbrellas again, just like in the queue
to the Musee ...