Mercure Paris Velizy
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- Minbar in room
- Conference facilities
- Microwave in room
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... read about the scam of the shell game and we actually watched it unfold while there. Jenny of course was completely intrigued by the whole thing.
Our plan for the evening was to have dinner with Gaelle at her home, outside of Paris in the city of Colombes. We bid farewell to Kristi and hopped on the metro. It was now 5:00 on a Friday afternoon and it seemed as though half of Paris was underground with us. We were packed on the metro ...
... re French and this might not seem rude to them and two I'm not Jewish and don't need to celebrate the New Year. (Mom helped me realize this, aren't moms great?) Rapha put on a little suit and tie. He looked so darn cute! So I stayed home and binged on Netflix. At first I was sad that they left, but then I realized that it was so nice to binge watch and not feel bad about it. Tomorrow I won't watch Netflix, I'll try to get things done. ...
... herself (and the two guards keeping her company). We then went home for a brief rest before going over to visit my friend Tanja and her family. Tanja is a German friend I knew from Göttingen and Oswego, who has lived in Paris for nearly 25 years, married and has two kids. We had a very nice dinner in their very cool house that is situated deep inside a courtyard with very pretty little gardens throughout. We didn't get home until about 1:00 - when we proceeded to literally fall into ...
... of it all before heading to the palace for a tour of the interior. The palace of Versailles is ridiculously opulent even without furniture. Most of the furniture was sold at auction after the French Revolution. There was still some left though so you could see the rooms in context. The one thing that I wasn't prepared for was the groups of pushy Asian tourists. They would literally smack into you while trying to get a picture of something and they wouldn't even apologise or even ...
... Cemetery, that we had seen from the Tower yesterday. The cemetery is arranged in sections for different religions and is the burial place of most of the famous French writers. We returned to the hotel along the main street and picked up our bags before boarding the coach to take us back to the station. There was time for a strong French coffee ...