Kyriad Prestige Le Bourget
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Room service
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... film "Oh Mon Dieu" I was hoping for English subtitles but alas, they were in french! It was such a light hearted comedy that I got about 50% of it anyway. With the movie finishing, we went to the library to do a little study before the celebration of "Beaujolais Nouveau Day" it is just fantastic that the school has these events for students to take part in, as there are lots of solo students from ...
... be tweaking the other ones boob! Painter: are you sure? Client: yeah brilliant, when can you start! One thing that really grabbed my attention was in the napolean rooms. Some of the swords and armoury was impressive. Especially the sword that integrated a pistol at the base. Probably not terribly chivalrous but would have been pretty effective. Can you picture it, two blokes get together for a sword flight and the master of ceremonies yells out 'rightio gents, come together, i want to ...
... bail on the long line and just eat at one of the many outdoor cafes lining the streets. Honestly it wasn't amazing, probably because there were a lot of North American tourists in it, but I discovered I really like grilled goat cheese with figs & bacon. Thinking I need to make this into a grilled cheese sandwich.
I have also put my 14 years of public school French classes into use and I am trying to parler as much as possible with the servers and merchants. When in Rome ...
We started the day with a visit to the Arc de Triomphe. The view from the top was just amazing. It sits in the middle of a 12 way round about. We saw lots of very near misses between motorbikes, cars, buses, push bikes and even people running across. 30min walk down the the River Seine and we were ready for a cool drink. Cafe number 1 only had warm drinks in the fridge. Cafe 2 said they had drinks ...
... war veterans, in 1670. By 1679 he had a church built next to the parade ground for the use of the old soldiers (It is still used today as a church for funerals and weddings of serving members of the French Military) Shortly after that he had a separate Royal chapel built adjoining the church, which was inspired by St Peter's basilica in Rome. This chapel, the Dome of des Invalides, was completed in 1708. When Napoleon was in power he ...