Paxton Resort & Spa
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... del súper ($400ARS), incluyendo una variedad de quesos... Salimos a recorrer el barrio, mas que recomendable para una estancia con "todo a minutos" en París; llegando a la Abadía de Saint Germain des Pres - Metro. Luego en el centro de Saint Germain, con bares,cafés, patiserie, son increíbles los colores, sabores y ese aire especial. Llegando hasta el Sena, como adelanto del día ...
... place in Paris. Old men were enthralled in a serious game of bocce ball (I mean they were serious about their bocce, they polished their metal balls after every toss), young adults were socializing (smoking and talking) in the grass, kids were riding miniature ponies, playing tennis and kicking soccer balls around. My favorite part of the day was watching the kids play with sailboats in the fountains. Initially, I thought they were electronic, as they would be in America, but ...
... for supper and afterwards got to know some other people on the tour which was nice. May 1, 2012 First thing we did today was visit the Eiffel Tower. On the way the we visited Napolean's grave thing and took pictures. Then we went to Eiffel Tower. The beauty of going on a tour like I am is that everything is booked in advance. Therefore, we got to skip the massive massive line which was great. Eiffel tower was beautiful, but at the same time, similar to my ...
The temperatures should not have alarmed those of us who live in colder climes, but Parisian buildings are not built with insulation, the cold wind whistles through doors and poorly sealed windows, and communal spaces are not heated. Cafes and other places where one might escape in search of heart are often just as cold and drafty.
The ones who suffer the most during this cold wave however, are ...
... must take the train from either Montparnasse or la Defense and get off at La Verriere. Aft La Verriere station, you take bus 411 and then get off at France Miniature. However, public transport might not be the best option unless you are fairly comfortable with rudimentary French, very comfortable with the French train system, and very very patient with the SNCF website. There are lots of little persnickety rules that can either prevent you ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking