Paxton Resort & Spa
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... than half. The raclette sandwiches were too much though, as Mario ordered ham on a baguette and we watched as the cheese monger heated an entire wheel of cheese under broiler until soft and melty, then scraped the soft layer off and into the sandwich, which we ate with delight. How can you not fall for a good melty cheese sandwich?!
We pushed our way, with just about everyone ...
... at 2130 and people were still arriving. We had the best Framboise Tarte I have ever had, the lightness and balance were perfect,we both wanted the flavour to linger longer. On the way home we took a detour via the ice skating rink at the Hotel de Ville. Home to a hot chocolate and ...
... I think I saw tears in her eyes.) We have been setting a cracking pace and just about everything hurts so why should the wallet miss out I thought. Shower and we are off. After cleverly disguising Merlot in a small water bottle and a whiskey and coke mix in another small water bottle. We aren't obvious at all. ( Actually, Emily wants to take absolutely no credit for my clever deception. She just rolled her eyes at me.) Not ...
... meant the train ride wasn’t
as for long as we wanted. Sleep was cut short and we were rudely awoken to the
fact we needed to get up and move off before someone deported us. The feeling
that people get when entering Paris is usually shock and awe at such a
fantastic place. It is called the city of love after all. Ours was quite different. This brilliant plan
after all was to save time and get an extra day in Paris. The plan ...
Early morning to start lourve museum tour by 9.15. We have no knowledge or real interest in art but we were both glad we did the tour. Our guide arvie was extremely knowledgable. The museum was originally a fortress to the city and then a ...