Kyriad Design Enzo Saint Witz
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... food. Issy is Meg's budding chef, we made Rabbit casserole and crepes with red berry sauce for dinner. Simon and Liv returned home and we went to the Rendezvous for a drink while dinner was cooking in the oven. Of course this was accompanied by a Chateauneuf du Pape grenache and some of Laurie's Christmas prune Eau de Vie. A lovely night was had by all, a little tired from yesterday, so a reasonably early ...
... with 4 GB each lasting one month for €30 apiece. We can renew online as in Australia so approx $45 each gives us all the radio and tv downloads we could want. For a similar amount our iPhone gives us unlimited calls in France plus 2GB of data for maps Skype etc. To be totally connected and able to study and read papers online is a great comfort. We visited ...
... to Paris. We had a reserved seat in first class and were well worth the $98 Euros. We had two window seats across from each other with a table in the middle. We enjoyed the coffee service and the boxed breakfast. Breakfast was croissants, cream cheese, cheddar and Swiss cheese along with a roll and prosciutto and orange juice. To top it all off we had a yogurt cup with granola on top. Not too shabby for a train ride to Paris!
Paul went to the fourth car ...
... more Rose, red, and white wine than we could possibly drink. For entree, we were served egg and bacon pie, salmon, and of course escargot (snails!). The snails were delicious - coated in an incredible garlic sauce which we sucked out of the shell. For our mains, most of us had the duck l'orange, which was so succulent and came straight off the bone. Dessert was a choice between several French delicacies, and I enjoyed ...
... used in the Museum D'Orsay, so Tuesday was slim pickings. They had a special deal which included looking through the Rodin museum on the same day, so I grabbed that deal with pleasure, cos I like Rodin. After a half hour wait in line at the D'Orsay I spent a good three hours checking out from the top to the bottom, the most beautiful art museum you could ever imagine. If I had been able to take photos I would have taken hundreds. These are just some of ...