Kyriad Marne-la-Vallee Torcy
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... using a map. It made navigating way more difficult but i think from just one day i know the city way better. Especially since i was continuously getting lost. I went to Notre Dame first where i went into the church and then around back to the garden. It was beautiful but way to busy. From there i went to find the natural history museum which was absolutely incredible, the gardens were amazing and i just spent hours walking around. I didn't go into the exhibits as i was ...
Today I was booked on a mini tour of Monet s garden about one hours drive from Paris...I have always wanted to see this, ever since studying art for the hsc..one hundred years ago.....I certainly was not disappointed. Although it was a dull and rainy day the rain did hold off for the morning and whilst the best of the summer roses had past there was still certainly lots ...
I've decided the weather for this trip is purposefully trying to play games with me. Every time I want to go out, it rains and pours. Then when I'm tired or have things to do indoors, it's beautiful and the sun shines bright. C'est la vie, non?
I had the day to myself as Joris had other things going on. I did some yoga this morning and I realized how incredibly stiff I am. I need to make sure to incorporate this on a regular basis! After, ...
... where you can spend a lot of money for fashionable must have items.
We made it back home in time to attend a free choral concert of the Faure Requiem in the church across the street. I thought it would be fitting to hear a French work in Paris sung by a choir formed by amateur singers from a group of Parisian universities. Unfortunately, though the sound of the choir in the church was fine, the ...
What a beautiful and sunny day we enjoyed during our visit to Versailles built by Louis XIV. Construction began in 1661 to transform what was a lodge to a beautiful palace for the royal family. We left our boat dock at Mantes La Jolie and returned to Conflans Ste Honore (sailed to new destination during our excursion). So... Louis XIII acquired the land? and began construction, Louis XIV expanded the castle, Louis XV enjoyed the castle, and Louis ...