Kyriad Marne-la-Vallee Torcy
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... since our first evening in Paris! After purchasing the long sought after article, we came on home to start the Type A packing...wouldn't want to wait till the last minute....Elizabeth Crawford! We had a really good dinner out with lots of drama, but after dragging our camera with us on each hundred mile March....we left them at home..so Mary had a glass of white wine and onion soup and I had a glass of red with some onion soup. Mary ...
... to work extremely hard to get into these schools, but once they’re in, it’s considerably less work than what we have to do in the USA. They pay the school for the degree more than the education; I’ve heard that directly from French students. Firms will look at their degree and which school they attended, rather than their grades while they were at the school. Which in part explains why they can party so much and not take school as seriously. And I’m ...
... cream there and it was lovely.
We then walked back down the Seine and as we were having lunch at a cafe near the apartment the others turned up. When we got home we sat around for an hour and then took Lily and Cooper to the Luxemberg Gardens for a walk, and to give Alan and Nicky a bit of a break.
We were expecting the little sail boats to be there for hire, but there were none. A bit disappointing as the ...
... palace which is occupied by the King's apartment and the famous Hall of Mirrors. It was very cool how they had the mirrors opposite the windows. We then saw the King’s Apartments. His bed was very royal and there was a railing that separated the room so that no-one could try and kill the king. We passed through the room where they discussed the government issues. We then went to the Queen’s Apartments. It was mainly about ...
... their business by Uber - an internet based transport service provider. Don't know much about the issues but it has the local taxi drivers up in arms.
A bit of retail therapy was in order so we left the Brommies behind and headed to a favourite shoe shop of mine and the Printemps and Galeries Lafayette on Boulevard Haussmann. Both of us found the crowds shopping quite stressful and the choice of goods offered overwhelming. I did find a new pair of shoes ...