Premiere Classe Melun Senart-Vert St Denis
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... we thought we would head somewhere new. Bastille was incredibly busy, but its a cute'ish area, shops and restaurants everywhere, we had lunch at the Irish Pub (as you do in Paris!!)
The week was perfect, we got to just stroll the streets, and not rush to see the big touristy sights, I think we got to experience Paris a bit more than we did last time and really take in the city. I would definitely come back as I am sure there is so much more to explore....
... countryside is very attractive. Issy says she likes that all the farmland is rolling hills. This is a far cry from a lot of the farmland back home which is dead flat and not very attractive at all.
We decide to have some lunch on the train. We get two toasted sandwiches and two cans of lemonade. This costs us the equivalent of nearly $30. The toasted sandwiches are $10 each. They are ham and cheese, not lobster and caviar.
We arrive at the Gare de ...
... his employee at the restaurant he owns, and my wife just left me, to "think.") Very french. It was super fun, and I will definitely come back for the last two weeks. Unfortunately, the club goes on vacation in July, so I only have two weeks left. Mais sa marche bien, parce que après, je peut aller au Frisbee. (AKA, i think I'm no longer injurred!) Additionally, I began to do yoga, because of the advice of my best friend Luke, so I looked up a video on youtube. ...
I love Paris, pity her weather hasn't been so fabulous. But we did see a break in the clouds today at Vernon, a very little break. We started early on our trip and caught the train near our hotel to Gare St Lazare, where we then had to negotiate buying our tickets via machine to Vernon-Giverny, piece of cake then we had to wait awhile for them to put up where we actually catch the train, but Starbucks helped with a ...
We ate at this restaurant last trip and we're looking forward to a return visit with David and Michael. Easy to get to on the metro and we met the boys in the street right on time. We decided to go for the large tasting menu! The sticks and stones amuse bouché was well amusing! A plate of stones a few sticks and a "stick" of roasted salsify roots (parsnip family) with a parsnip and white chocolate purée to dip sticks into, the edible ones! A ...