Mercure Paris Porte De Pantin
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... the way there was a wait, one place i learned that ,Yes, we had tickets already to the main train station, but we might wish to check with the train to see if there was going to be time for it. Another long wait and no , we would not, we better take a cab, easy enough, we did. (Huge thank to Georgene for those euros boy did they come in handy), as it was, that nice non english speaking man got us there with about 15 minutes to spare! Onto a lovely , clean space, and ...
... 30 minutes, but we were on in approx. 25. But, as we were in the queue weaving back and forth towards to loading area...these two kids, a brother and sister aged 12 and 15 give or take....were on the outside ledge holding onto the railing in very unsafe conditions. Once again, no cast members anywhere to be seen to stop them from being so ridiculously unsafe. The parents allowed to climb, butt the lines, and create mayhem. They were quite the hooligans. As we exited the ride, ...
... to get away from the city to the countryside and whilst there were lots of people there, it wasn't packed. It was a beautiful sunny day of about 22 with a light breeze. And it wasn't spoilt by tourism. They have tried to keep the house and garden true to the original and had photos and of course his paintings to go by. It was incredible to be on the bridge by the lillypad pond and inside ...
I was very relieved to get on the flight in Adelaide to KL. It has been a very busy year and the past couple of weeks not to mention last weekend were frantic. It was Clare Valley gourmet weekend and apart rom Jeff being inducted into the Hall of Fame (round of applause) we had seven trade and distributors staying the weekend plus I ended up feeding 13 Saturday night. Not to mentioned cordon cut masterclasses Sat and Sunday. Several glasses of Deutz champagne and ...
... Very fast and very scary...I kept reassuring myself that some ski lifts and gondolas must be higher than this. The views were stunning as we saw the sun set on Paris and the lights come on, pure magic. Metro home again and dinner in a local restaurant.
The following day we made our way to an 'Hop on hop off' bus stop and continued to be tourists, we saw the Arc de Triomphe, Champs élysées, Notre Dame, Hotel des Invalides (where Napoleon 1st is buried ...