Premiere Classe Villeneuve St Georges
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the one who lost his head) decreed that the bodies of unknown people (or of known if the families said so) would be placed in the quarries that existed below the surface (quarrying lime stone for building had been going on for yonks). He also incorporated a bureaucracy that inspected the quarries to make sure they were safe (shiny pants public servants even back then. In tunnels. And it still exists today). And if you were ...
... t really care. I just want the damn card! I guess I could put in my American card, but I just don't want to get charged a fee every month for using it outside of the country.
The plus side of going to the bank is that the small grocery store is right next to it. I bought myself some laundry detergent and a piece of pizza for lunch. It was a 4 cheese pizza and you just had to put it in the microwave. I got a little microwave happy and the crust got too ...
... Cruise was great because we got to see a different perspective. Looked at the shops :) First full day we caught the hop on bus and did the main full circuit which took 1.5-2 hours then we got side trscked shopping. I had booked a skip the line tour for the Eiffel Tower with Fat Tire Bike tours...had to pay about 4 times the price because the official site was fully booked out for all time slots...probably because it was the ...
Tuesday was another cool Summer day in London but perfect for waiting for the Changing of the Guard at Buckingham Palace and then watching it. Of course I thought it was amazing but Terry was a bit bored by the whole spectacle and the 20,000 odd people there with us! Never mind - he could have gone to Legoland with Ben, Chris and the kids. Next, we caught a BIG red double decker bus to do a bit of shopping. So, here we were at ...
... my face, and she eventually pointed happily to the right one. Well, I hope it was the right one, because I can't bear to think what a dish washer tablet would do to our very limited travel wardrobe. Today we had great weather. It was sunny except for a sharp shower of rain while we were in the Pompidou Centre. It's certainly a lot easier to negotiate the streets when you are not dodging hundreds of umbrellas. We are both well and having a wonderful time. With love, Lyn and ...