Premiere Classe Villepinte
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... We went past the opera house on the way to dropping our purchases off at the hotel. David and Sonya left us to visit Pasteur's house while we walked to the left bank after viewing Notre Dame. Built in the 12th century it has now been cleaned and is very impressive both inside and out. After lunch in a park we joined a Paris Walks tour of the Medieval Latin quarter. The guide was very impressive and entertaining giving details of the first to ...
... walked on and found a cafe where you pay for the time you are seated and nothing else . The waitress will make you as many coffees as you like , it's a help yourself service for nibbles, cake ,toast as much as you can eat ,wifi for 4 euro per person and a clean loo . Garry actually fell asleep in his seat as I typed up the previous entry to this blog . It was time to head back ...
... one bus group there but it weren’t too many people. As you can see from the photos it’s still quite a large place. It had massive grounds too. They bought it with 150 acres of grounds. It cost them 300,000 francs. Josephine bought it with Napoleon’s money while he was in Egypt!! It was quite nice inside – my photos don’t really do it justice I’m afraid. Eli and I had the audio guides and it was interesting listening to the history. They ...
... was in the kitchen and they us had a very pleasant young man out front. We shared a spinach and goat cheese quiche and salad Italienne which consisted of grilled peppers, zucchini, mozzarella, tomato, pesto and thinly shaved Parma ham. Glass of Guigal cote du Rhone. It started to rain really hard so we decided to scrap our plans and head back to the apartment for a quiet afternoon. Jeff caught up on work ...
... some real talent. Not sure how lucrative their businesses would be though.
The principal reason for jumping off here was not to join more queues and see the Mona Lisa. There is a quiet tradition amongst some who have been this way to direct their friends to the Orangerie, as it contains something which is unique and beautiful. Those who know of this will then be smiling, those who don't will perhaps be eager to investigate and maybe experience the ...