Residhome Parc du Millenaire
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... city waking up. I journaled in front of the tower and even tried my hand at sketching it, they say if you can't draw in Paris you can't draw at all. And by the looks of it - I can't draw! From there I walked along the Seine to the Arc de Triomphe then promenaded down the Champs-Élysées with all the other tourists. I then walked through an open air market where they had flowers, vegetables and meat with too much of its animal still attached to it! I walked by the ...
Good trip to Paris and spent most of our waking hours visiting the tiurist sites. We stayed central to almost all and did a lot of walking. Also took hop on hop off bus ride and a night tour on the River Seine. More importantly I did not suffer from jet lag and slipped into a good sleep pattern. Left for St Jean de Pied Port on the morning of the 8th Sept by way of a railway station only 100 metres away. Good train journeys, 2 trains, and a bus with great scenery along the ...
... final circuit, which takes them around the Arc de Triomphe and down the Champs Elysee. So we got to see the racers 9 times! It was great to see the leaders (and how insanely fast they are actually biking!), but it was also nice when the crowd cheered for the guys who had fallen far behind. It was truly a once in a lifetime experience to be part of the finish of the Tour! We survived the long afternoon and scorching sun, but then we had ...
... took on the role of Chief Inspector using her experience (new found) to seek and uncover the murky undertow within the city's underbelly, seems the petty thieves and pickpockets could be rooted out without to much difficulty at all! The team of three reported that some time could be spent at the Louvre as in itself the size of a small town. Leonardo would have been pleased that they popped in to have a gander at his little Mona, reputably the most famous portrait painting on ...
... in Athens, with its own guide; speaking the language of the group.
Our guide had given us small radio receivers with headphones so he didn’t have to shout and we could all hear him perfectly…….that is everyone else did………my speaker only worked if I held it up a certain way. Interestingly, though, our guide sounded like a computer simulated voice, even without the speakers.
The second day, we went to the underground ...