Premiere Classe Roissy-Goussainville
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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... chairs, looked around at the stuff going on. A picture of Paris relaxing and having fun on a Saturday afternoon. Many little sail boats on the pond, with children with sticks chasing them, many picnics, people just with feet up enjoying the sun, or shade! Then just before 3pm there was activity and a concert was about to get under way in the bandstand. We knew this, and everyone rearranged their chairs to be an audience - very informal rows - and the ...
... to Versailles.
We'd promised ourselves a nice afternoon tea, so after dropping our gear off at the hotel, we wandered down the road to the patisserie we'd scouted out and bought ourselves a couple of fabulous pastries. We then bought ourselves a coffee each, and after deciding that it would be very rude for us to eat our patisserie-bought cakes at the coffee place, we sat down on a park bench and ate our pastries there. It's a tiny park, at the edge of the ...
... this is a park so we decided to sit in the grass, eat our picnic and wait for 11 when it would be really dark. The last time I was here was 6 years ago and the tower was lit blue. I didn't realize at the time that this was a special thing though! It's yellow now, which is what it usually is. It's still pretty...but that blue was something! Google Eiffel Tower and look at images and you'll see it. It twinkled at 10 and everyone oohed and clapped and ...
... I sat down for 5 minutes and the chairs were so comfy I didn't want to get up
As I wandered through the park I began to realise that there was something here for everyone. There were places to sunbathe, places to sit in leafy glades, places to enjoy formal gardens and formal statuary, and places to enjoy informal parkland and abstract statuary. There was an open air restaurant that was next to a pond and was doing a roaring trade ...
... placed on original home foundations marking the city around the church where the centre of Paris once stood. The bells toll while you are up there, loud and clear. Then you climb up further to the very, very top - this we will never forget.
The inside of the church, it was dark, with many candles lit for prayer. The arches and the stained glass windows are so grand. Thinking about when the church was built (300 years ago) brick ...