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Travel Blogs from Ferrieres-en-Brie
... every business and service available seven days a week. The sleepy ambiance of this city remains, for the most part, throughout the entire day. I settle against embarking on yet another long trek to find a restaurant open on Sunday nights. A block away from my house, i noticed a chinese food place on a walk home a couple nights back, named Deux Fois Plus De Piment. A google search reveals favorable reviews of its apparently spicyiest food in Paris (though this is not much of a feat, ...
... of course. Feeling full and very French we made our way to the subway to Montmartre. As we arrived and made our way up the steps of the subway I found myself standing in what I could identify with as Paris' own red light district. A very different vibe to every other district I had explored thus far, but uniquely beautiful at the same time. The wheel of the moulin rouge stood opposite me and I joined the gaggle of tourists taking photos of the ...
... and group text, and, and, and... She'll wax poetic about what a great time was had, how fun it was to hear The Band, how good they are, and "look! How adorable they are!"
Our trip to Richmond was so enjoyable, one of our favorite days. We yearned for more time in the Uk in order to experience more of the beautiful English countryside. Alas, it was our last day, andnso we vowed to hit the French countryside while back in France, and settled for a dream ...
After our coffee, we went out to walk to the Champs Élysées to soak up the very heart of Paris.
In spite of the light rain, it was fabulous to be walking down this beautiful avenue. Jo took us to her favourite place to buy macaroons - I was feeling very hungry by this stage, so we decided to also have lunch there. It is a beautifully ornate place and we were ushered to a table by the window - bonus! We could watch the world go by too. The place was called the Laduree.
... want one of those, plus I figured I'd never wear it back home. Luckily, there was a Gap store a few doors down from the hotel. Something my family will laugh at, I went shopping on the Champs Elysees! I am now the proud owner of a Gap sweatshirt - however, to my amazement, the price wasn't that much more than if I would have bought it in the USA. Probably can't say that for all stores along the Champs Elysees, but at least for the Gap, ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking