Park & Suites Elegance Villejuif
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... Greg and I got more lost in the Alice in Wonderland maze, as the kids raced off before us.
Highlights for me was watching the boys nerves at the start of a ride, change to extreme excitement and hell yeahs after.
Watching my little girl's face change to pure joy as she saw her movie idols Elsa and Anna in the flesh, as Let it Go was playing across the park.
The finale was ...
It is Monday and rain forecast. I decided to organise my luggage as I have quite a lot more to bring back in the form of birthday presents! Quick brekky, coffee around the corner at cafe Matisse and down to Printemps as Jeff wanted to check out some perfumes. Good chance for me to get some Christmas shopping done then we headed around to a Japanese restaurant we have had our eyes on just a round the corner from juveniles, didn't have a ...
... up above. We walked about five blocks and took a short regional train back to the train station in Mainz. The only difficulty I experienced was trying to use the restroom. It cost one Euro to enter and I simply could not get the machine to print me a ticket to enter. Finally, I snagged a German man to help me.
From there we rode our first train out of the region about 40 minutes to Mannheim. This train crossed a rural area that wound through very ...
... I thought the darker colours of stained glass made for the most beautiful windows. We also got to see a display regarding the evolution of Notre Dame, which was really interesting. It started out quite small and humble looking and over decades, evolved into a grand structure. After Notre Dame, we took three different metros to get to Yard for lunch. We had read great things about the chef and the starter+entree+dessert for €18 couldn't be ...
... We needed to do some grocery shopping first. There was a Carre Four nearby so we popped in there. After gathering the items we needed for the next couple of days we headed to the checkout. You have to provide your own bags or pay 3 euros for each bag which we had to do. Just for plastic bags mind you!
On the way back to the apartment we stopped to get some crepes for tea - ham and cheese! Kyria and I went on ahead with the shopping. We got inside the doors and headed ...