Relais de Courlande
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- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... but they are also getting worn, so think I will have to invest in a good pair of runners and give fashion the flick!
We bought a sushi variety box and this time a more gourmet antipasto salad box...was yum. Wowweeee the wasabi was a lot stronger than at home though. Much to David's amusement I persevered with it resulting in my sinuses getting a good clear out. But I really enjoyed having something a bit different. Time to relax, David especially was feeling ...
... explore the park further. We visited the Grand Trianon, which was built in 1687 and is a small Palace built of pink marble. Napoleon Bonapart chose to live in this smaller Palace when he was leader of the French. The Petit Trianon was Marie-Antoinette’s 'country cottage.’ It was built between 1762 and 1768 for Louis XV and Madame De Pompadour and later given to Marie-Antoinette by Louis XVI and she used it as her private retreat. Behind the Petit Trianon was ...
... to run- and get our Normandy run in on our “run around the world” tour. Daniel does not! I decide I will anyway- he doesn’t want to give me the keys so I can pull the car out of parking (its charging) so he decides to run with me> He is not happy- but I do appreciate him taking one for the team.
On the road we discover that going to Normandy is done so by toll roads. Each toll is roughly
... s and Eli and I went to get some lunch. We got some yummy baguettes (have I mentioned that I love the baguettes over here? So crunchy and yum!) and a doughnut each. We waited at the entrance to the metro for Mike and Kyria to come back. There was a guy standing at the entrance cooking corn on the cob. He wasn’t getting any sales though – I felt sorry for him. But not sorry enough to buy one as they didn’t look that appetising!
We had to catch ...
... to a tired pregnant woman and her annoyed husband from Texas!
The train ride back was easy and quick, then a bus ride over to the Louvre, where the weather was begging us to take off our shoes and walk barefoot in the grass lawns of the Louvre :) Check out the awesome photos of Heather and MD lounging in the grass. Got our schedule right tonight, the Louvre is open late so we slipped in with an hour and half until closing and caught some ...