Kyriad Marne-la-Vallee Torcy
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Les Invalides including the military museums and Napoleon's Tomb. Quite an impressive monument to the famous Emperor. Across town to see the Pantheon and some of the neighborhoods around the Latin Quarter. Boy were there a lot of people in Paris that night. ...
... No more I said. I mentioned what happened to receptionist who had a good grasp of English. She said to compensate we could gave free breakfast tomorrow. Woopie, breakfast is included in our tarrif! We caught the Hop on Hop off bus. I ventured to the open top for a better view and to get some good photos but the cold and rain beat me so inside I headed to join MDW. The architecture in a Paris is remarkable, spectacular, incredible etc etc. Even in this cold weather, ...
... the biblical pictures and Napoleon III's apartment, wow that is lavish. One of the main problems with the Louvre is that it is so busy with tourists, you can't really spend the time looking at everything without being crowded by people wanting to take pictures... It's not even high season, I'd hate to be there in summer. We saw two artists in there creating replicas of artworks and I have to say they were almost identical ...
The whole day at Disney! We were all very excited. A wee hiccup in the morning shortly before heading for the metro. I looked at the online ticket copies and realised we needed to get them printed. Luckily Laurie handles last minute problems well and rushed out to find an internet cafe to get them printed. Crisis over, we got ourselves out to Disneyland, missing only an hour of playtime there!
... that Paris too was there. We found a supermarket not far away, got groceries, bought them home and then wandered down our street in search of dinner. We settled on Pizza Saint Lucia just down the road and this was a choice obviously preordained as the first thing we saw upon settling in our seats was a photo of Clint Eastwood. Stephens favourite. How serendipitous. We enjoyed lovely pizza, wine and chocolate mousse and then returned perchance to ...