Mercure Paris Sud Les Ulis
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... Forever 21 is on Rue de rivoli which runs along the Louvre and has tons of souvenir stores. I got key chains for the girls at work. They had a deal of 24 for 10€. We looked at probably 10-15 shops. I got scarves for mom, grandma and I. We took a break at mcdonalds and had a coke. We walked past the Ferris wheel to a very expensive street, ...
... spent a solid 4 or 5 days extremely upset and wishing more than anything I could be home. Then a few days after learning the news of Mr. Dummar, I took a walk along the river and through town with Sarah and another friend. It was raining and it was dark, but I realized how beautiful everything I was surrounded by still was. I also realized I had taken for granted the fact that I was living in Rome, Italy, something majority of us wouldn't ever dream of experiencing. I ...
... too much effort to eat as heaps of bones. Gary thought he was getting duck after that however this must have been lost in translation as next they were offering the dessert menu, just as well as we were surrounded by smokers - oh well off again in search of a nice little ice cream shop we found the previous day. Another day clocking up just over 20 kms - time to ...
... the Moulin Rouge was followed by a walk to Montmartre and up the stairs to Basilica Sacre-Coeur. Last but not least a walk through Jardins du Trocadero and to the very top of the Eiffel Tower was the end to a great couple of days. My trip to Paris made me realise that when it seems like everything is going wrong keep smiling and you may be surprised at what you will experience and to never give up on a city as you will find the beauty in it somewhere :-) Enjoy the pics (there are lots!) ...
... the way to Brussels. I've never had brioche before, if you haven't tried it, get on it. It's amazing. On the way to Brussels we came across the Sommers Australian war memorial in Villers-Brettonneux. It is a memorial listing 10,773 names of soldiers of the Australian Imperial Force with no known grave who were killed, when Australian forces arrived in France and Belgium and stopped the German movement from heading further west. We both walked away feeling incredibly humble and ...