Mercure Paris Orly Rungis
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... Markets. A very brisk walk (especially over the bridges spanning the Salzach River), quite breezy! Cold just stepped up a bit here in Salzburg. I can feel a thermal coming on. Markets are very pretty. Lots of beer and mulled wine - the obvious way to combat the cold, bretzels in every flavour, including chocolate covered, lots of Christmas ornaments, wreaths and baubles. We limited our purchases to food, and headed home for a warm shower and ...
Red Children and Bastille Markets The highlight of the day will be difficult to beat. Laundromat Lady quickly readies herself to get down to the laundromat as soon as possible. She is keen to either see the washing tumble and clean or find another bloke who will help her using his Frenglish. She finds a very helpful one and almost salivates as he explains how to select and pay for the washing machine. It is almost too much when he continues to explain how to use the large driers. ...
... to Emily's amazement.) Anyway, back to the trains. The ones we caught, Emily only went one way. Place D'Italie was the end of the line. So we were always on the right side of the tracks. Yesterday, line 7 continued on past Place D'Italie station. So I could go both ways... and I did. No problem getting to Paris Est. ( Train only went one way.) Orange.... 5. Arrived 8am... Early. Train left at 9.06am. Went to Information for a bit of assistance. The ...
... by tourists as it has no direct train connection from Roissypole and is only reachable by bus from CDG. It has a magnificent cathedral, with the largest collection of in situ medieval stain glass windows in France. Really lovely. And quite unusual in such a small village. And it has a museum dedicated to hunting, which we didn't manage to visit unfortunately. We were lucky it was market day in Senlis, which meant the girls were able to ...
... back to square one. The pressure was on, but I'm pleased to say, we rose to the occasion. We decided on an entree (in France, the entree is a starter, not your main plate) of haddock tartare. There were two reasons why we chose the tartare: 1. We knew we liked tartares and 2. it was literally the only thing we could decode. Fortunately, the tartare was delicious. For our main course, Monica got the grilled sea bass (we knew that "bar" is French for bass) and I ordered a ...