Premiere Classe Marne La Vallee Torcy
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... It is between the Place Invalides on the left bank, the Grand Palais on the right bank, with a wonderful view of La Tour Eiffel. I paused here to soak it all in and had a moment of nostalgia as I remembered Bastille Day 2006. I was in Paris with Dad, we had watched the grand parade in the morning, and enjoyed the most amazing fireworks
(possibly on this exact same bridge) with the Tour Eiffel in view that evening.
... early last night, but kept waking up in the middle of the night because of my dreams.
This morning Anna and I went to the market and the post office/ bank so she could attend to some business. After that I bought her some flowers to thank her for being such a gracious host, and she picked out her favorite flowers! Then I bought some European style pants at the market for only 5 euros. And after that Anna bought more ...
Well yesterday was a travel day. Train from Rudesheim into Frankfurt then the TGV back to Paris. The train was an old one and not nearly as comfortable as the one from Paris to Frankfurt. That one had an upstairs! We had time at the station for a coffee. Jeff ordered a macchiato and I thought that was a good idea and ordered one too. Two HUGE latte glasses of milky coffee arrived. How can the Germans get it so wrong! We ordered an extra espresso ...
... names on them, and throw the keys in the river. We tried to go to a restaurant that Terra recommended but sadly it was all full. So we found another great place down the street and the waitress was actually very helpful (such a surprise here). I mentioned to Matt and Moni that in Europe they never pour a full glass, and the waitress, of course, poured a fourth of a glass. I asked my host family why this is, and they didn't understand why it was ...
... confit de canard, and it is indeed fantastic. For the pâté we are brought excellent bread, which we proceed to toast for ourselves in the toaster that is provided at each table. Sylvain and Céline left New Zealand just a few weeks ago after living in Christchurch for two years. I notice immediately that they are already speaking English with a stronger French accent, but in the space of a couple of hours talking with us it softens again. ...