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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7. Most people in service industry speak english
9. Having one currency so you don't have to convert all of your money every time you cross a border
10. The Schengen area; you can walk across national borders without showing your passport, ID, or so much as talking to anyone at all
11. A lot of other things
-When on a french train, ...
... contrast to our experiences in museums and in churches. When we were thoroughly chilled, we went through his house (no photos) and marveled at all the paintings on the walls--many were Monet's, but there were lots by his contemporaries as well. It is quite something to be walking down a hallway and to find a Renoir a few inches from your shoulder! The dining room was a classic French yellow and blue, and the kitchen was brightly tiled in blue and white. And outside were ...
... a little. Tonight after classes finish at 9.30 pm, we have to pack a couple of days clothes into our smaller bags, ready to head off again tomorrow afternoon. We will be flying on a small plane to the south of France to Perpignan for our next, and last, retreat. The south of France is a hotter area than Paris, so my summer clothes fit well. Will try to get an early night if possible And catch up with everyone again ...
... reality. the grounds around it are beautiful and green and under the tower itself is a plaza of souvenir shops, cafes and the elevator booths that feed into the legs. It was also teeming with tourists. I overheard a tour guide telling her group to be very wary of pickpockets and scam artists and, as I sat on a bench for a break, I was again approached by ring and charity sign-up scammers. I was also approached by a young girl of African descent who wanted to give me ...
... Revolutionary government, this busy intersection has a plaque about the prison and a tall statue commemorating the events leading up to the fall - it Is called Colonne de Juillet (the July Column). I then walked about 500 metres down the road to a tiny park with a playground which has a few remnants of the Bastille. It was a strange place as I expected lots of tourists and signage but really had to ...