Mercure Paris Sud Parc Du Coudray
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... champagne (not just ordinary sparkling wine!), as well as some plastic dividers (that one would use in folders) to serve as my new cutting board and individual plates! Back in our room, Michael requested an ice bucket to chill our wine. When the young woman from house-keeping saw our set-up, she offered to bring us some plates and cutlery, and returned with some extra bread and butter as well. It certainly was nice to make the most of our luxurious room.
... the UK and really everything else you can possibly talk about!!! We picked up our car at the airport, will some difficulty given that Scottish people seem harder to understand than most french speaking people. I am sure we will get used to it.
Had a great birthday - Ben (& Kate), Sarah and Pete had gifts for me this morning and we have just had a wonderful Italian meal tonight where the staff organised a ...
We have a 2 day hop on hop off L'Open Tour which gives us unlimited access to both the bus and the boat for 2days. we begin the day with a petit de journe (coffee, croissant and orange juice) and make our way to the bus stop. When I've visited Paris before I've used the metro and just gone to specific places I wanted to or just walked. Viewing Paris from the top of a double decker bus gives you a whole other perspective. You are given headphones which you select your ...
... wrong side so head three blocks in the wrong direction before we find a map. Harry points out we have gone the wrong way and now have to walk all the way back and then some! Nice to have a cup of tea and rest back at the apartment at 6pm. Then layers back on to go for dinner at a local wine bar (supermache still closed for Easter holiday). All home and in bed by 9pm - think the stairs up the 15-storey Arc du Triomphe exhausted some ...
... of metro has different trains and different opening of doors, you can see manual opening by handles and also automatic by button. The doors can open before the train is fully stopped (not in the tunnel).
After few stops and not losing in the metro I’m at the place I wanted to be. This part of town looks familiar… oh the red light district in Amsterdam :D with exception of the almost naked ladies behind glasses (there are no at Paris, not ...