Premiere Classe Melun Senart-Vert St Denis
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- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Travel Blogs from Vert-Saint-Denis
... day before they return to work tomorrow. We first revisited the local market area then walked and walked just enjoying the locality. It is so different from Australia and New Zealand. Eventually after walking for about an hour we decided to visit the Basilica of Sacrè-Couer. This church is built on the highest hill in Paris in the area Montmartre. There are very steep stairs leading up to the church but fortunately there is also a funicular ...
... sleep we knew we had another day of traveling, we made our way to the train station after breakfast where we caught the TGV to Surgeres where our friend Bob was going to pick us up and take us to our yacht Sega in Rochefort. The train was comfortable and fast, we reached 269 km an hour at one point so our journey wasn't going to take too long. After having lunch, reading and watching a film on the iPad we were there. Getting back on Sega was ...
We spent the day seeing the sights of Paris. All the names that I have read over the years in books the Louvre, Notre Dame Cathedral, the Arc de Triumph, Eiffel Tower, Champs Élysées we were able to marvel at in person. We love Paris! We love the hustle and bustle of the place but the traffic is a nightmare. Buses, scooters, taxis, bikes, police, people ...
... got to Juillet at about 6.00pm. Decided to eat in so off to the supermarket for supplies. That was an interesting adventure! Managed to buy grapes & tomatoes after being sent back to get them weighed & priced! Thank god for pictures Shirl commented. Also purchased some soft cheese, meat, beetroot dip & baguette de campagne. Yum, yum! Managed to get our washing done after a wee confusion with the operation & not requiring washing powder we found out after the ...
... cafes with fantastic ambience.
Our visit this time must be much lighter on the walking, since we have our parents with us (the oldest of which is 88!), so we do our best to navigate the city’s best sights using the network of subways —lovingly called “The Metro” here. Even this approach involves a few miles of walking each day (along with lots of stairs), but our parents do great, and are real troopers, as we explore the city together ...