Premiere Classe Plaisir
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... so he was happy. As long as there is wine I'm happy!
In Paris we are eating so much better. Unbelievably fresh fruit and veggies at the Rue Cler market around the corner are the backbone of our meal. The size of the French lettuce (Boston to us) is amazing and we add the delicious long radishes and small sweet tomatoes, a lovely balsamic vinaigrette and a small serving of lean ham for our protein. A loaf of French baguette rounds out the meal ...
... so this made me happy and took my sorrow away from Space Mountain 2. During the wait in the line, my dad started cracking up and I looked to see what he was laughing at. Three boys were standing in front of us playing three-way Rock, Paper, Scissors. It seemed if one of beats the others in the round, they got to pinch or hit the others they beat. It was really amusing to watch them slap and beat each other up, so my dad started to record the boys secretly and the video will be ...
... with a pleasant anise/licorice taste. Along our walk we saw many street vendors, the University, Le Pantheon and another gorgeous church, Eglise Saint Etienne DV Mont. As we started to grow hungry for lunch, we saw a large garden on the map ahead and decided we'd grab a seat in the park and look up the best spots for a picnic lunch...only to find the Jardin Du Luxembourg was THE spot to be to relax in the grass and have a picnic or afternoon nap. We had fun ...
I had a really rough night last night with a stomach bug and didn't sleep well and woke up feeling even worse. But we packed up all our things and dropped off the hire car and headed to the train station. When we got to St Pancreas international train station we then checked in for the Eurostar and waited for our train. The train ride was only just over 2 hours and you go into the tunnel really quickly and are in it ...
Hemingway wrote "Big Two-Hearted River“ in 1924, either here where he lived with his first wife Hadley and their infant son or much of it in a cafe, where yesterday I had breakfast. In "A Moveable Feast", published after his death, he describes the walk he would take each day as he wrote that story. I always dreamt ...