Median Paris Chatillon Hotel
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... 233;s o visitante se apiada y lo deja en "lost and found", aunque dudamos. Cruzamos por el Puente Juan Pablo ll hacia Saint Germain, pasando por una Patisieri, donde probamos un Macarrone de pistacho, que no son nada económicos pero había que hacerlo. Tip: www.iya.fr en Sacre Cour, no dejen de ver a Iya, esta todo el día. Tip: caminar. Por mas que estén cansados, tomen un cafe y ...
... lot of people at the park and like a true American, it makes me wonder when and if people ever work! But it was another good people watching opportunity and a relaxing down time. From the park Caroline and Miranda went back to the hostel while the rest of us found a Starbucks so we could catch up on our blogs and get in contact with family and friends. Unfortunately the wi fi only worked about the first 10 minutes we were there so I didn't end up being very productive. A ...
... central government of France there in 1682. Louis' dream home has survived over 300 years of revolution, war and occupation by Germans (twice) to become one of the worlds top tourist destinations. Mobs of sightseers make a pilgrimage to this site for good reason, it is impressively lavish. At one time, the name Versailles was synonymous with the grandeur and excess of royalty. From this location the royal French court influenced the fashion, architecture ...
... Paris, the city of love, full of icons like the Eiffel Tower, the Arc de Triomphe, the Louvre, etc. Where do you go first? Well, Bonnie and David go to a cemetery. Not just any cemetery, though. This cemetery dates back to the 1700’s and contains the remains of very famous Frenchmen, renowned artists celebrities and statesmen like Modigliani, Moliere, and Chopin. Some burial sites are insanely elaborate, others very simple. In finest tourist ...
... over a number of years do say that the quality of the average
restaurant meal has declined. But one
thing that has certainly not declined is the bread.
The way people dress in Paris
seems to be somewhat parallel to the average restaurant food – not as good as
it used to be. Lots of men wear denim
trousers and assorted sweatshirts. Many
women dress similarly. But we have
noticed a change. First, when we moved