Premiere Classe Villeneuve St Georges
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... soft cheese to have with some fresh bread. The cheese is delicious even with an aroma that would remind one of a gym locker. Tonight we ate at the little cafe on the corner where Tammy had the risotto and I the Croc Monsieur on Sunday. Tonight she had sautéed Sea Bream and Green beans while I had Duck Confit with potatoes roasted in duck fat. Both meals were delicious and light which allowed us to stop at our corner patisserie for a lemon tarte and a chocolate tarte ...
Morning on left bank with Gav and Cath and then they left to fly home. Seriously hot but went to Picasso museum, which was brilliant. Steve to Gard Nord in late afternoon ron on to check Eurostar tickets - hot and bomb scare. Dinner at a air-conditioned ...
... shopping excursion. Heading back to the hotel to regroup before dinner, Maggie and I split off to an H&M to grab some good priced clothes to help us be more comfortable for the remainder of our travels. I can't believe we still have over a month left of this amazing vacation! Headed to dinner at Au Passage, as recommended by Maggie's brother Tim, we arrived to a daily chalk board menu written entirely in French. Attempting to figure out what we wanted to order, ...
... gets no love, which is sad because it is so interesting. It resembles a "Where's Waldo" collage, where the more you look at it, the more details you see.
Mario has a solution for this: As the Mona Lisa in the main draw to the Louvre, he believes she should be put in a separate room all by herself, right near the entrance, so that all the patrons who come to the museum to see Leonardo's work can come in, snap pictures, be ...
... except at an incredible book store where I found a mystery book for Huddy set in Paris.
Soon we arrived at the spectacular Galeries Lafayette department store. Well, it is more like a collection of Rodeo Drive luxury shops than any department store. Under a stained-glass dome, hundreds of Asians and Arabs as well as ...