Kyriad Paris La Defense
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- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... tiger. That shena****ns over with, home for beer. Historical context: The Chapel of the Miraculous medal commenced as a convent of nuns that aided the poor and sick, especially during the plague in 1830. The Virgin Mary appeared to a young nun Catherine, instructing her to strike medals based on the visions that Catherine was shown. Catherine was then instructed to hand out the medals to anyone who needed to be cured from the plague. The site today is a ...
... the peasants so had a tiny village constructed and her ladies in waiting dressed as milkmaids and shepherdesses. It was this and other spendings on frivolities that earned her the moniker " Madame Deficit". Today, the little cottages still have thatched roofs and working gardens - lots of fall vegetables in them like beets, leeks, collard greens, cabbages just waiting to be harvested, perhaps to pay the bills. The farm is also a working one although tiny - ...
... firm with his requests...I like his no nonsense style which he needs to have as I think as time goes on and our fellow travellers personalities develop over the 30 days he will need to reign a few of them in. Small small world, there is a couple from Williamstown, from the Range I think Jenny, Prue and Geoff we had them pegged from Frankston, she's an interesting character, and wouldn't you know it two couples from Werribee down Westleigh Gardens,,,I ...
... here, and so many Monet's it could've been the Monet museum. :) There were a few Degas, and a decent amount of Renoir and Sisley plus others. There's also a post-Impressionist section with a good amount of van Gogh, who I also love. He just puts the paint on so thick I feel like some of it might still be pliable! The museum is in an old railway building so there are these beautiful giant clocks on a lot of the outer walls. I came here on my last visit to Paris and I ...
... of Paris as much as possible. We were only there for a few days, so there is no way I can give an accurate depiction of Paris; all I can say is that Paris was very different from the other places we visited on this trip, but in my mind, different equals good. I love Paris because it is unique and unlike anything I have explored before. Even if the people aren't very friendly, Paris is a place everyone should visit because there is so much to see.