Kyriad Marne-la-Vallee Torcy
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... around. The villages of the Dordogne are very beautiful, I had not been before and would love to spend some more time there. We were having a late lunch early dinner at about 5 so there was a hive of activity in the kitchen when we got back. Too cold for the terrace but the drawing room the perfect place for an aperitif and nibbles, foie gras, terrine, olives, etc etc. BBQ duck and chestnut sausages! fabulous little roasted potatoes and ...
... touring around the city., can't wait so stay tuned,,tomorrow night we go up the Eiffel Tower and then do a river cruise so excited.
We are having a few technical difficulties with this blog have somehow managed to lose London's day 4 entry which is a bit of a bugger and Jean the weather in London was coolish so a light sweater was needed, bath was rainy and colder so a wet weather jacket and Paris so far is warmer . . Hope this helps with your packing ...
... how to open the door as was quite tough. Not taking much care when trying to open the door the key snapped off in the lock which meant I was locked outside. I called for Kate to open the door however we believed you also required a key to open from the inside. This all seems ridiculous now and very comical but at the time was quite stressful...and the story gets better. I went to try and find someone to help me call a locksmith to help open the door and get a new key cut. ...
... had not had the opportunity. We knew the laundromat down the street from the hotel closed at 2200 hrs so we thought we better end our day of sight seeing to spare the other tourists of our stench. When we got to the laundromat, we didn't have a clue as to how the machines worked and all of the signs were in French. ****, now what, we thought. We noticed a man that was cleaning and thought that he might be the owner. We were right. He saw we were struggling a bit and thought he ...
... we deserved it). We then walked to the Orsay where we waited in the line for security longer then we were in the actual museum. I think we did it in under 30 minutes. Obviously, Steve and I are not into that era of Art. We then walked to the Louvre going through the gardens on the way. If you are not familiar with the Louvre, it takes up 4-5 city blocks. It is huge. We spent more time there than we did at the Orsay. We saw the Mona ...