Kyriad Marne-la-Vallee Torcy
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... knocking on the door. The woman in the bathroom thought it was Alexa being rude, and they almost got into a fight. we left pretty quickly after that. At that point, we both really wanted icecream, so we ran to ameretto before it closed, and I had my first Ameretto of the trip (but certainly not my last.) I got back, and fell right asleep.
All and all, a super eventful weekend, with not very much French speaking, but alot of fun and excitement.
Oui, oui it is us we are here in Paris! Was actually surprised we made it, we had the flight from hell getting here! Guangzhou airport has a few deficiencies and the lack of airport gates are probably the most crazy. So pouring with tropical type rain you get onto a standing bus with your hand luggage and 50 of your closest stranger friends to be sardined out to the middle of the Tarmac to climb up the slippery metal steps to your aircraft. The Air France plane we were on ...
... so off we went.
We are staying in Montparnesse so within walking distance of many of the sites -we thought.
A stroll through the Luxembourg gardens, past a prison with a plaque advising the names of those traitors shot in 1945 after the occupation, prominent on the exterior wall.
It is hard to walk through the streets and not feel that you are an extra in a film, so familiar is the architecture, but what ...
... It is a delightful little island with about three long streets. It is filled with little restaurant cafes and ice cream shops and is incredibly charming. We found a delicious and very reasonably priced café and spent the next hour enjoying a very French night. It was quite obvious that our waitress spoke absolutely no English – Lindsay was excited for the challenge. After about 5 solid minutes of practicing how to say, “We would like tap ...
... traffic was very congested, and he hesitated at a turning for Charles de Gaulle so that the other man asked if he knew where to go! In and out of lanes, muttering and jerking along, we were nearly there and the traffic had opened up and up ahead a little car changed lanes in front of us and he didn't even seem to see it, until Jonathan said "hey!" and he swerved at the last minute. He gestured and went on about the other driver - we'd all ...