Novotel Chateau de Maffliers
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Stayed here for 7 nights from 14th - 21st July and it was excellent. Food and accommodation could not be faulted although a little expensive....
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Our first day in Paris was amazing to say the least. First off we went to the Notre Dame where I was lucky enough to go into a mass that was on. That was an awesome experience. Then we went to the Catacombs where we walked around the millions of graves that were present. This was a touching experience as there were so many ...
... scarves and postcards and whatever else your heart desires. Paris is a city of gastronomy, art, and beautiful language. There is no other city in the world that can compare with Paris.
While most of the things I just said were in praise of Paris, it is certainly not a perfect city. You can see people combing through the trash cans, litter covering the streets, and often clouds formed purely from pollution. But you always have to take the good with the bad, no matter ...
... de la photographie . A champers to commiserate our last night and a very pleasant meal at Petit Beaufinger brasserie to complete our Parisian culinary experience .
This, my devoted readers , is the last blog until our next trip so you will have to find another source of reading material at lunch time until next time , au revior ...
... to the Eiffel tower at night and got to ride on a carrousel! :)
Day 3: What a day! We began by venturing into the catacombs and then head directly for the Arc de Triomphe. We also got the chance to do some shopping on the world famous Champs-Elysees. We then went to Montmatre to check out the famous Basilica du Sacre Coeur and afterwards stopped by a local restaurant for dinner.
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... sticks; at three Euro for a half hour, we couldn’t resist, and Elias and Olivia got to learn a little bit about how to position a sailboat in relation to the wind.
After the Jardin de Luxembourg we went back and had some dinner, then headed back out around 9PM for the Eiffel Tower. We arrived just as it was getting dark, took a look, then descended the steps of the Trocadero and crossed the Seine to pas under the tower. On the other side ...