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- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... set - I couldn't get on the plane without completing the task, so croissant and blackcurrant it was! Then, I had the honey. And some cheese. And .. Probably a bunch of other stuff. But as they say in the Philippines ... IT'S FREE!!! Anyway, Kylie showed up eventually and asked what I'd had for breakfast .. Since the waitress had already cleared everything from my table, I replied "just some juice" and we got going. First stop, the Rodin museum. Now, I'm not normally a ...
... rest of Paris was razed and squares and plazas and avenues added, Marais remained the last vestige of the very old and Medieval Paris of labyrinthine, cobblestoned streets. Hard to walk in and murder on the ankles but wonderful for the spirit to wander and explore itself. Also known for art galleries like Soho in NYC. Discovered Kouignettes! Maison George Larnicol 132 boulevard ...
... meaning quickly which is what the Russian Cossacks occupying Paris in 1815 shouted when they wanted service, during the occupation of Paris after Napoleon’s abdication. (The Russians were eager to return the favor of Napoleon having taken possession of Moscow in 1812...).
Or it may have come from the name of a cheap aperitif. The experts do not agree. But most people agree that bistros can be fun, and this one certainly is. There is a lovely ...
... of all time: Besides da Vinci, there was Michelangelo, Raphael, Rubens, Rodan, DeLacroix, Sandy particularly likes JL David, and others too numerous to mention. You could literally spend weeks at that place and not see all of the wonderful works. And those are mostly the paintings. You have more sculptors as well. We had to see the Venus de Milo statue. Had to have Sandy's picture with her as well. Sandy would stop and tell me what ...
... speed ride with brief stopovers in Rotterdam, Antwerp and Brussels. On arrival in Paris we walked and walked and walked.... and then we walked some more. Considering that we were only there for +/- 36 hours we did manage to see many of the highlights, which included the Notre Dame Cathedral ...