Kyriad Marne-la-Vallee Torcy
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... back of course where they like to stick the uncool families with small annoying children so we don't scare off the hip customers. Dinner was very good I had ravioli and Aaron had a pork dish surprising the food at some of thee places that sort of look like a scuzzy bar, Aaron thought that it had seen a lot during its time. Like maybe the war. Which I guess is possible. Well we have seen a lot and really need a break from our vacation. A short stay over in Amsterdam and then back ...
We have not had time to write our blog the past couple of days so I am just going to do a summary of Paris. We arrived in Paris around 7pm we checked into our hotel and had dinner at a local pizza restaurant, we stayed up till 10pm and watched the Eiffel Tower light up. The next day we went to the Eiffel Tower early to avoid most of the queues, we climbed over 2500 stairs and caught an elevator all the way to the top of the tower. We stayed ...
... had would have come from France?! We found out that Lyon is the culinary capital of France. Perhaps there's a Chef school here? This was the first time Nick ordered lunch 100% in French. His French is great considering he hasn't taken a class or spoken it in at least 13 years! It's awesome to watch him talk to the waiters and order for us. I continually point at signs and posters and ask what they say, and Nick can completely translate. There's ...
... already been here for four weeks, this bridge with the incredible views is where it sunk in that I am really in France.
One of my favorite things to do is explore without a plan because you never know what you'll find. While walking from the bridge towards Notre Dame, Kiki & I stumbled upon an outdoor market selling animals! I was surprised to see cages upon cages filled with colorful birds, chickens, and quail. As I ...
... race was at 1.45 pm so we had plenty of time to get to the track. We donned our suits since we had members passes, and caught the metro. No sooner than we jumped on the train than we got talking to 2 lads from London also heading to the races and they decided we knew what we were doing. As we changed to the tram we got talking to a couple from Leeds. Ivan's directions were impeccable so we got to Longchamps racecourse in no time. We got in and found that the races ...