Novotel Marne La Vallee Noisy
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... religion, God and modern society, then moved around the church. We had lunch in a little cafe at Montmartre, walking past the Moulin Rouge and Le Chat Noir, and visiting a little chocolate shop with amazing displays on the way back to the metro. We returned to the hotel then went out to dinner at a cafe on the Champs Élysées, with plans to do the city by night. Alas Jon did not feel well so we returned to the ...
... past Notre Dame and Sainte-Chapelle, to the Centre Georges Pompidou. On the Ile de Saint Louis (one of the islands in the Seine) we saw a man walking a little dog. The dog made a beeline for us so we stopped and made friends with the dog. She was really lovely, and I was able to talk a bit to the owner in French and ask her name - La Foi (Faith). Seemed appropriate, as we were on our way to church! I showed Chris and Hannah the weird fountain sculptures of the Centre Pompidou, and then ...
... can't understand why? After Joel left we bravely walked up one side of the street near the unit and back down the other side so we wouldn't get lost. Because we had Lunch so late we decided to have wine and gelato for dinner in the square near the unit. Now we are in the unit and are contemplating a game of cards or dice before a nice early night. We are off to Amsterdam ...
... left her in September to fly to Turkey, there was so much to unpack but once settled in it was time for a well deserved and needed gin and tonic. We have a busy time ahead on Sega replacing all the head linings in our after cabin and new grab rails on deck, cleaning antifouling etc etc so the next day work was to begin. We can't complain as since leaving her we have traveled to Turkey, Grand Canaria, Sweden and Spain, finishing in Paris. Most importantly we ...
... 10c and drizzle to our local, where we had charcuterie and an entrecôte de boeuf to share, and a lovely bottle of Beaujolais, then wandered home past the florist shop in balmy , calm, but cool evening. A GENERAL APOLOGY Some of you may find our constant description of meals and markets a little obsessive. This blog is intended to inform friends and relatives and to stay in touch, but also to serve as our diary and an aide memoire for us in years to come. Please overlook our ...