La Villa Maillot
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... also considered the Jewish area, we stopped on "Lovers Bridge" where couples place a lock on the fencing and throw the key into the water. In Le Marais we ate lunch at a well known restaurant called L'as du Fallafel, and we were not disappointed! Then a walk to the Picasso Museum which unfortunately is closed until October because it's undergoing a renovation. So instead we found the Jewish Museum and stopped for a visit. All of us were tired so ...
... all headed our separate ways to try and stay awake as long as possible! Some enjoyed a light meal in the hotel, others ventured into nearby streets and the rest of us caught the train into Central Paris.
The group I was with ended up near the Notre Dame and after an Italian meal wandered around the river and soaked up the sights. With late sunset and a long twilight, it was well after 10.30 when we departed again for Arcrueil, the location of our ...
... basket there seems to be everything we need. We walked down Rue Montorgueil to find some supplies and bought some bread and cheese, veggies and fruit and of course wine. Now we are about to find the nearest Boulangerie for tomorrow's breakfast and then find a restaurant to have a glass of wine. So it's almost time for bed...found a nice Boulangeries on Rue Montorgueil and bought a nice multi grain baguette which we ate with the very old Mimolette,very stinky but ...
... David Leibovitz talks about in his book. Coffee and croissants every day. The area is known for duck, foie gras, pork and other game. Our guests cooked for us -- duck, beef bourguignon, chicken soup, coq au vin, pork roasted with root vegetables, pasta, omelets, and more. Susan and I were always ready to put out a plate of pate, foie gras, ham, sausages, and cheese, cheese, cheese. The ...
... Paris, but we couldn't read a single thing on the menu and we didn't want to end up ordering snails so we left. We should of probably stayed there and ate, because when we left there was literally a line wrapped around the block just waiting for a table. But we ended up at Hard Rock Cafe instead and I ordered a 20 euro cheeseburger with about everything imaginable on it, and YES I ate the entire thing and somehow even managed to save room for a homemade Nutella and banana crepe when ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility