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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Terres de Memoire' van arrived and Sylvester introduced himself to us. Lovely man. Great fun. Turns out it is his own business.... Greg, Leanne, Meagan. And I have been emailing his wife, Estelle. Eight of us in the minivan. All Australians, a couple, a husband and wife and 2 young girls about 8 and 10... Lovely family. The girls were brilliant. And Emily and I. Drove out of Amiens, straight to the Villers-Breonneux Memorial. Breathtaking....and HUGE. When I was here last year, a ...
... home a couple of goodies which complemented a nice dinner.
Sydney branch recommended that we visit La Roche Guyon castle, built into the face of a cliff and where Rommel hunkered down during WW2. The place is amazing, unfortunately missing most of its art and furnishings. We climbed to the top and were rewarded by a sky high view of the Seine and surrounding country side. We enjoyed a late picnic lunch by the river, a beautiful clear ...
... words and I think I will let them tell the story. I met people from all of the world and made many friends and had unforgettable experiences, including the performance we were all part of. We performed the song "Let It Go" from Disney's Frozen together in our native languages. I have a video but it may be too large to be attached - Ben ...
... Guillaume de Grez), an extra 5 m were added to the height, to make it
the tallest cathedral in Europe: the work was interrupted in 1284 by the
collapse of the vaulting of the choir, a disaster that produced a
temporary failure of nerve among ...
... called after us and let us know a bigger car had arrived. It was a relief as the weather started taking a turn for the worse. All that was forgotten in a moment as we were caught up in the lights of the city, driving past the Arc du Triumph and down le Champ Élysee. Before we knew it we had pulled up in front of #37 Rue Île St Louis, and we were home, at least for the next week. The front door was a bit tricky, after we entered the code, we heard ...