Premiere Classe Marne La Vallee Torcy
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After yet another yummy breakfast of cappuccino, croissants, Nutella, and European yogurt, we set out for the avenue de champs élysées. A beautiful day to walk this famous street. Some street dancers were performing in front of the arc de triomphe - I couldn't catch a picture but maybe Corine will add later. The creperie I wanted to visit was closed so we had ...
... for about 15 mins taking in the astonishing views. We made our way back down and walked toward the metro station where we found a mini Eiffel Tower made out of red bistro chairs. We then had some frozen yogurt and caught a metro to Notre dame and saw the islands and the bridge of locks, we then headed down a small street and had gelato at the very popular berthillon gelato shop. We then went to the soldiers memorial and had dinner at the ...
... a few words he's had to look up in the mini French/English dictionary he carries with him. We didn't leave Lyon until close to 2pm with a 4-5hr drive ahead of us to Versailles. We hit dark skies and rain started intermittently between Chalon-Sur-Saône and Versailles. We actually ran into hail around Auxerre and took cover at a rest stop mainly to avoid damage on the rental car. Luckily the storm passed quickly and we were back on the road. We ...
... the alley, there were fish, rats, guinea pigs, and flowers being sold; it was one of the more unique markets I've ever been to. After walking through the market and past Notre Dame, we reached St. Michel. St. Michel is one of my favorite areas because the cobblestone streets and alleyways are filled with cultural restaurants and cafes with 3 course meals for great prices. We browsed the menus, walked through the chocolate shops ...
... entirely populated by Irish, English, Scottish and Japanese, with a smattering of Aussies. No shortage of people to talk to. No one even blinked at Ivan's purple suit!! Ivan and Vlad went through 4 bottles of wine, talked to numerous people the most memorable being the mad Scotsman who wanted to punch up every Frenchman that crossed his path and Peter, the English ex jockey turned horse trainer with the gorgeous Norwegian wife. Being in the members was brilliant!! ...