Premiere Classe Conflans Ste Honorine
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Such a beaufitul town. Not nearly as small as I fist thought when I was comparing it with Paris. Quite large and the people are so friendly. I will visit conflans again.
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... the top floor is amazing, with a 200 degree panorama of Paris. We walked from Pompidou down Rue Rambuteau to the Fragonade perfume shop where Jude stocked up on some vital supplies. We ambled down the back streets to Rue Rivoli, where we caught our 69 bus back home. We picked up a roast chicken and some baked potatoes from the local shop and went home to enjoy a night in with a good ...
... which was first built for the village by Ric*************heart. It is a lovely village, and the reflections on the river are superb. We have to board by 11.45am, as the boat is headed to Conflans. An afternoon on board, yay! There is a pastry demonstration at 4pm, making Paris-Brest. Spend some nice quiet time in the back lounge watching the scenery, reading and chatting. At 6pm, ...
... while reading an article on restaurants in Paris. Paid the bill & left. Noticed another waiter grabbed the tip I left my waiter, went back into the cafe & ratted on the man, told my waiter he had taken the tip!!
Spent the evening getting settled & drinking wine. Made chicken piccata for dinner, took a bubble bath & just enjoyed being where I was at ~ Pura Vida (as they say in Costa Rica)!
... as the messages over the loud speaker kept reminding you to watch out for 'pick pocketers' and as we were trying to find which train to catch for our hotel, I was very tempted to resort to a taxi. We soldiered on and asked the right people and managed to change trains and get off at the right station and we found our hotel. Thank God!! That is the last time we will have to do that as well!!
Our room is great, a lot bigger than what we had in London ...
... I have posted a video but it appears that you can rent them much like a beach hut for relaxing in. So strange as everyone looks at the huts as they pass by like the reality show homes that were popular a couple of years ago. Not my idea of a private or romantic retreat but when you consider the tiny apartments that are the norm in Paris you can understand that people need to escape at least to the illusion of space.
We continued on and crossed a bridge ...