Residhome Parc du Millenaire
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... courts set up, and walked down and got into what we assumed was line to get a turn. I watched the people ahead of us, and I knew the workers did not speak English since a guy on the close court had to translate for the people a few ahead of us. I called Kurt over to watch, and told him to try to figure out how it works by watching the people in front. It was pretty easy- on the board it looked like they marked off 45 minutes for you, gave you the balls and ...
... to leave the car in the rental car area in the underground carpark. Great, now all we have to do is find the carpark. We can see the pedestrian exit from the carpark, not a lot of help with the car though. Anyway, off we go again, see a sign and head towards it. It is the right sign, but we interpret it as needing to turn left to access the carpark. Wrong, that turn takes us in a road leading away from the station. I'm pretty sure though that I've seen the carpark ramp ...
... and he won in three sets! Fun to watch him!! Halls is scheduled for the third match and Tsonga the fourth one on our court today but we left the stadium to walk around and try to find some shade! We caught some men's and women's doubles matches and almost went back into SL again but the sun was hot -- think we were tired from the day before! Tried to get in to the Bryan brothers match but it was a small stadium and we could not get in. We decided to leave for the ...
... Syrah/Grenache blend from Côte du Rhône. Buy a bottle of the Syrah for dinner tonight. Finally make it back home just after 5pm. Lonnie tries to do laundry again while Ash makes Veal casserole for dinner. Lonnie back by 7pm with 10kg of clean and mostly dry clothes. Found out the laundromat was actually open at 7am but you have to push the door hard to open. Divine dinner - the Syrah a perfect cooking ...
... pulsed with the energy of days gone by, where painters and writers and poets hung out? That's where we went today. Of course, in the light of early afternoon, it merely swarms with tourists. Montmartre is a very steep hill topped by a lovely basilica, Sacre Coeur. From our Metro stop, we took a funicular to the base of the church steps. We detoured to an Irish pub, Corcoran's, to share a bowl of Guinness stew for lunch. Full of delectable bits of beef and carrots and with a ...