Premiere Classe Paris Ouest - Nanterre - La Defense
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... decided to put a 500gram jar of cream cheese in the middle. Whilst the cheese was curdling in our stomachs we went on the Raiders of the Lost Ark ride. Stupid ******* mistake. We all managed not to hurl, but I felt **** for the next few hours. Anyway we spent about three and a half hours there walking around and then trained it back to the motel. Seeing as we couldn't download any movies we spent a couple of hours reading and I didn't want to ...
... on Place Pigalle at a bar that we have walked by a lot on the way to the subway. This began the painful process of 'lasts' as we wind down our month long stay here. For our last dinner out, we went back to La Mandigotte where we shared escargot on country bread and salmon tartare, rabbit in a mustard sauce and a "panache" or mix of scallops and shrimp with a ratatouille, of zucchini, eggplant and other stuff. We ended ...
... all in French. Mastered that. Now in drier... I presume they are spinning around. No window.) Versailles .... I loved the garden. Went to many different parts of the garden ... A story with each one. A lot of fun. Then we headed down this Avenue... And at the end was the magnificent Apollo Fountain. Apollo is on his chariot being pulled along by these magnificent horses. Now, I had seen pictures of this when I was researching to put ...
... the video of the entertainment, a young guy on the keyboards and "the contessa" on vocals...great night. The fact that the young guy thought I looked like George Lucas was interesting....even if George is nudging 70. Restaurant is called Au Port du Salut. Yesterday we did some typical Paris wandering and it was lovely to have very few cars, many streets were closed for the final day of the Tour de France. It was a long day and the ...
... special. Sure enough mine came with chocolate sauce and five huge mounds of whipped cream! There were lots of locals in the bar watching the World Cup, they really get into it. Also seemed to be quite a few Australians there too. Tomorrow is the last day of our trip. We have a shuttle booked for 1715, for a 2120 flight. I think were both ready to come home now, but the last six weeks have been everything we could have expected, and in some ways much ...