Kyriad Marne-la-Vallee Torcy
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Orsay, I took a walk down along the Seine. During the summer months in Paris, the city has utilized the Seine as a kind of playground for all. I walked past cafés, a place where there were free board games on the tables, little booths you could rent, sidewalk games, and more. There are also the Paris Plages (beaches), which I did not see but have heard about. I crossed the Seine at the Pont d’Alexandre III. This is such a ...
Last night we went to Maurice and Flavi's house to hangout and watch some futbol. France was playing Switzerland in the World Cup and after France won everyone in the bars and on the streets was going crazy! There were fog horns, people celebrating with wine and beer along the river and I even saw a guy on a motorcycle with a bottle of liquor trying to hand out shots to other bikers at a stop light. It was insane! I went to ...
... time and a few laughs, not to mention several alcoholic beverages. I was ready for bed, Mary on the other hand wanted to party the night away. So back to the apartment for me. One things for sure, I shouldn't write anything or post anything under the influence of alcohol as spelling and grammar mistakes are highly likely to happen..lol It's now 6.25am Tuesday, June 3rd and I'm slightly hungover, but ready to go again and explore this beautiful ...
... view was incredible. We got there just as the sun was setting so we could take in the view of the city. Once we went back down, we walked through the park below and waited for the first light show of the night. The Eiffel Tower sparkled. Pictures and videos can not do it justice. I was so fortunate to be able to be there.
That night, we wandered around the city. We found the Lock Bridge, which is a bridge where people buy locks, ...
... Garnier. Once again I check my email to see if any tickets have come up for the night we want to go, but it looks like that will have to wait for another visit. We head for lunch at "Le Domaine de Lintillac", a restaurant recommended by Sylvain's mother. It specializes in duck "direct from the farm", so we all order various combinations of pâté, foie gras, and the duck itself. Rare as it is for us to order the same thing, Yalini and I can't ...