Holiday Inn Paris Marne La Vallee
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... by the people of Monmarte it somehow bring the history to life. Louisa mentioned that she has been to church here and it is a very moving especially around Christmas. Being n a Louisa tour is extra special as you never quite know where you may end up. W were heading for the only vineyard left in Paris which is up behind Sacre Coeur and found it as well as the tiny cafe where Picasso sold his painting for food as he was very poor at the ...
... phone - perhaps that's a good omen for a return trip. Sending you a photo of our room in the chateau in burgundy- very easy to get used to this luxury. Oh and tell Neville un distributeur has a whole new meaning in the big cities. There is usually a homeless person or three sitting beside it begging for money. We had a funny/ sad experience in Paris. Tony picked what he thought was a pretty safe one to withdraw a few days money from our travel card, with me on guard. ...
... photograph it and return to the hostel, decadently having salami with my vege soup and GF bread. The mushed macaroons make a tasty dessert. So my metro card's all used up (day 3), and it saved me a bit of money and a lot of over-thinking. My last full day in Paris has been great, largely because the sun finally came out. I'm really glad I stayed longer - every day I'd find out about a new cool thing to see or place to go. So in the end, pretty good time in ...
It has been raining quite hard during the night - quite cold and grey this morning. We breakfasted on yoghurt, ham and the last apple before packing and getting ready to vacate the apartment by 11.
Jo hailed a taxi and we went to the railway station really, really early. It was raining quite heavily so too miserable to go out for a last minute sight seeing expedition. We tried to get an earlier train but ...
... finally made it to the hotel. Since then, we decided to go grab a few groceries and do our laundry because the hotel has a free washer and dryer. I decided to stay and do the laundry while Josh walked down the street to find a store and figure out the neighborhood. Unfortnately, he took our only key with him and im stuck in the staff laundry room with one of the hotel employees who keeps speaking french to me - though i have made it clear i have no idea what he is saying.
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility