Le Moulin de Lily
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Le Moulin de Lily Palaiseau
Travel Blogs from Palaiseau
... carry on. Once down the top elevator we wandered the 2nd level taking some photos before descending the stairs to the first level (approx. 300 stairs). Again on the first level we took more photos as it was now getting dark. While we were on the stairs we heard a cheer go up and it was the 9:55pm light show on the tower, unfortunately for Jenny (only because she was quite chilled, but didn't want to complain), this meant we had to wait until 10:55pm so we too ...
... that would require us walking back after we finished with the bikes. After that, Alexa and I got frozen yogurt because as I told her one day "we both always have to pee and we both always want ice cream, that's why we get along so well." We took a hike through the woods with our program director Francine, which was very nice, but also very very buggy. I also wasn't wearing the best shoes (ballet flats?) because those were the only shoes that didn't hurt me when I wore them. ...
... concluded by the time we arrived home. There is a Fete de Pain, a Festival of Bread, and when we came home from Versailles today, everything was still in full swing. There were a number of bakers and patissiers demonstrating their art to the drooling public. They had big electric ovens set up, and quite a few people, interestingly all men, kneading and rolling and plaiting and shaping dough, then baking it. It was then on sale. While we ...
... on at the moment, so despite Zurich being the most expensive city I have ever visited, she managed to buy a new wardrobe relatively cheaply. Despite this, I still think Paris is a very wonderful city, and that travellers shouldn't be too afraid of pickpockets - just be weary, as you should be anyway. Do expect Paris to be grand. I would like to visit more countryside France. Perhaps next trip. And I'll be sure then to also take comprehensive travel ...
That was it, my second tour was over.
They packed up the bus and those few of us staying in Paris waved goodbye as the coach left to make it's way back to London.
But the day wasn't over for me,
After breakfast and saying goodbye to the last few of the gang I jumped in a taxi and made my way to the Genin family residence, home of family friends where I would be staying before and after my last tour.