Premiere Classe Marne La Vallee Torcy
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Then we headed on to Reims, the biggest town in the champagne district. Our accommodation was ok and very new but felt a bit like a display house. There was no cooking oil, no washing powder, no kitchen sponge...but the bed was good, the shower v good and the internet was excellent. I didn't love the town, it was nice but not that 'special' feeling you get in Aix or Bordeaux. It did have lots of champagne and that compensates for ...
... lots of loud music, until we came to a main road, which we needed to cross. The really loud music was from the Paris equivalent of the Mardi Gras, which off course was going along the road we needed to cross. Oh well. The only way across was to get in the parade, which is what we did. Went to take another turn, but this road was blocked by riot police, with everything but shields. They even had their helmets on their belts. They were standing ...
... waited for Karliana and I to climb the tower ourselves! This was incredibly kind of him, either that or he forgot to factor in how much pastries and beer we've consumed in the last month and how incredibly slow we would be at climbing the steps of this tower. We battled the crowds and got an amazing view of the city. Horse teeth forever! We took a walk through the cemetery and tried to go to the Catacombs but they were closed for the day! We didn't even realize the time, but ...
... of the artists but this was special in that the room itself expressed the idea of the artist.
We saw Clement’s university and came back to his apartment. Clement cooked us a French
meat dish which apparently takes an HOUR to prepare. We were tricked. So we made ourselves a cocktail and played Uno to pass the time. They game of Uno was hilarious. After dinner we looked through Clement’s pictures both ...
... years ago I was a geeky 15 year old, suffering from low self esteem and a fascination with the Devil Wears Prada. Much to my parents disappointment I wasn't passionate about the periodic table nor in learning about acid erosion. Instead I would spend my days dreaming of working at Chanel or Yves Saint Laurent in the Faubourg Saint - Honore district. I didn't accomplish my dream of becoming Karl Lagerfields Protégée, eating exquisite Chouquette Aux Marrons ...