Premiere Classe Roissy-Goussainville
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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... of Music in Paris, Gratis!!! We donated €5 for the privilege, it was fantastic. We left there and went to a bar we had discovered on the net called "wine touch", Julie Heslop had sent us a link to a similar bar which we checked out on Friday, but this one is so close to home, 300 metres, that we spent an hour or so there before our date night dinner at L'Ange 20, a small, ...
... arrival we were met by our coach and headed through London to our hotel. Nearby was our was our restaurant 'Pizza Express' - not quite the same as Il Risorgimento in Florence but the students didn't complain one bit! A relatively early night tonight as we put our clocks back one hour in preparation for us going shopping tomorrow - the students are ready for it but I'm hoping London is ready for ...
... really threw me was for the wine everyone dipped the body into the chalice - I of course was expecting to drink from it - no worries though, now I know. Tomorrow is sort of my last day in Paris, at least for sight seeing - I will be going to Chartes on Tuesday, then on to Liseaux and Roen. Definitely would like to come back because there are many things I did not get to or due justice - would love to bring a friend though to share next time - any ...
Once again our research was a big success in finding a place to watch the SOO we headed off straight after breakie catching the no 30 bus we arrived in nord de something somewhere near Belushie's after a 10 min walk and finally finding some one who under stood English there we were all pumped up and rearing to go There were at least 20 TV s. all on the SOO but no sound while we were choosing our ale of choice we were told that up the back room the ...
... in fact there were concerts being played each evening from late May through mid-June. The lower chapel was unimpressive, there is a fresco to the left of where the altar would have been that is the oldest was painting in Paris. However what I remember most was the 'professional shusher' who continually said shush if people were talking too loud because they did want a feeling of reverence. ...