Melia Paris Champs Elysees
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... powers rebuilt the insides of this beautiful building and now it is a great place to protest your Paris parking tickets .
With a short walk we were at the Place des Vosges. This is a beautiful square with fountains, massive trees and places to sit and rest your feet. Inaugurated in 1612 with the wedding of Louis XIII and Anne of Austria they had a place for a great wedding ...
... crazy and its rare to see a car without a scratch or dent. If you speak english, the French hate you. Nothing is sign posted here Maybe we should have done France first and then England. So far France is winning me over with their pastries, i had this doughnut kind of thing and it was amazingly fresh and yummy. We are going to the Lourve hopefully tomorrow and see what else we come across. Hopefully have a yummy chocolate crpssaint for brekkies. Oh and the pastries are so cheap ...
... to expect or actually knowing anyone at the party, we show up to the BBQ and thankfully everyone spoke English. Verbal Communication helps when making friends. We shared stories about travel and things to see in Europe and Australia and we told vehemently by everyone at the table that we simply cannot leave Belgium without trying these amazing things called Fritz made from potatoes. The next day we thanked our new BFF's Mal and Bert for their hospitality and for not selling us or ...
... bowl. They are very tiny, perhaps you could fit two or three on your littlest fingernail.
The next step is to combine these three alchemical substances into a melange that will create palpitations for australian heart surgeons, hot chocolate, cream and the tiny chocolate balls (because enough is never enough).
You think this will be the most splendidiferous experience ...
... It was very interesting to see how the town was built into the hillside. There were still wall remnants which looked very old to us. Outside the mooring spot, stood a statue of Marc Seguin who built the first suspension bridge crossing the Rhone in 18XX . It was only demolished in 1965 in order to allow larger boats to navigate the river. We walked down a couple of streets to the Chateau Musee where the group was having their wine/chocolate tasting and snapped a few pictures ...