Les Bords de Seine Hotel-Restaurant
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Sunday morning and a relaxing day was called for, in part because we had power, good connections for our phones and warmish day. We thought that we should tackle the blog and see if we could master it. Later on Stephen went for a cycle down to St Martin and Vernon, the streets were quiet and the cark parks empty. The French seem to take Sunday seriously, not a bad thing and great for cycling. He found a small patisserie at the bottom of the hill ...
... was respected.
Jens Voigt's farewell
Chavanel (IAM Cycling) was the first attacker as the race really
started on the Champs-Elysées. Jens Voigt (Trek) was the next one and it
look like a lap of honour for the soon-to-be retired rider at the age
of 43. The German veteran won ...
... is beautiful. It is about 100 years old, wooden interior and full of flower wallpaper. Every single room has flower wallpaper and flower pictures. It's a flower house! I commented on the decor and she told me how originally this was her grandparents place, but after her grandmother passed away, her grandfather moved to the warmer south and is now renting it to Sarah whilst she completes her studies. I am sure for a good price considering it's cheaper for her to ...
... There is a park trolley available to get around and golf carts for rent, but we just walked. It would have been nice to have our bikes. I remembered my mom telling me that Petit Hameau was a unique place, so we made a point of going there and it was sure worth it. It is a very picturesque area with thatched roofed houses and vegetable gardens. We caught the 4:25 train back to downtown Paris. Instead of getting off at one of the transfer stations to head back to the ...
... out at you! Also, be sure to hit the museum on the edge of the park, but beware it only opens in the afternoon!
The intrepid warriors will love to explore the two castles in Marly. One, in the park, is old and ruined, but the other is up and running and welcomes explorers graciously!
WARNING. The tourist office is on the complete opposite side of town to the up and running castle. ...