Libertel Gare de l'Est Francais
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There are a couple of meanings to "a right royal....." expression and at the moment it's about the small dilemna of having caused myself to be locked out of the apartment safe with passports, money card and cash inside. I've called the apartment greeter and am hoping that this situation can be rectified tomorrow...no matter what cost. This 'event' has taken the gloss off the "right royal day" at Versailles today. We had no difficulty with training out and back, most likely due ...
... enjoyed when they turned on the jets at Trocadero square and when the tower itself began to sparkle. It was a dream come true to finally get to see this masterpiece.
Following the Eiffel Tower, Shannen and I went and ate my "birthday dinner", A very elegant meal at Le Relais Gascon, which I highly suggest! I tried my first ever Confit du Canard (confit of duck) with potatoes and haricots certs (green beans). Shannen's Boeuf (beef) Bourguignon was also delish, but neither ...
... o'clock , by now I was crazed woman needing food ! We shared a chicken roll and had the best coffee so far . Previous coffees have proven to be too hot ,too strong and watery , lacking texture . ( okay my coffee critiquing was a bit overboard) But this time I requested less expresso more latte and it was a huge improvement . We fumbled our way through the Metro and made it back to our accommodation with a stop at the chocolatier and a bakery where we bought ...
... Rodin and de Kooning to name a few. We headed towards the Arc de Triomphe .Pomp and grandeur reign: Baron Haussmann famously re shaped the Parisian cityscape around the Arc de Triomphe ,from which 12 avenues radiate like spokes of a wheel. This is the most celebrated area,and the neighbourhood's splendour extends to its haute cuisine restaurants and haute couture fashion houses. If anything rivals the Eiffel Tower as the symbol of Paris,it's the ...
... by Jean-Pierre Cortot, replaced it in 1825. The square was renamed in 1799 when the département of the Vosges became the first to pay taxes supporting a campaign of the Revolutionary army. The Restoration returned the old royal name, but the short-lived Second Republic restored the revolutionary one in 1848.
Today the square is planted with a bosquet of mature lindens set in grass and gravel, surrounded by clipped lindens.