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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Weather: breezy and cool, but good walking weather Food: McDonald's, crossiants, Caesar salad and pizza. New article to the blog, that's right, 23 days in and we are still updating the way we blog this trip! Room/accommodation: again we chose to use air bnb while staying here, for the most part Jess picked where we stayed with a little bit of input from me. For Paris, for whatever reason I picked.. And I picked poorly. On first arrival to ...
Our 2015 adventure begins.As many of you know, this is the third of our annual adventures. Anal though is may sound, having every element of the trip planned for execution has been one of our hallmarks. 2013 and 2014 went off like clockwork (generally speaking),.. while 2015's exercise has not gotten off to what one could call 'a great start'. We arrived at Brisbane airport early (as was our plan), and were able to arrange emergency exit row seating for ...
We hadn't realised how much school had taken out of us! We took it easy today with great intentions to see a museum but gave in to a slow day. We had a look at a fabulous kitchen supply shop that was recommended to us by the Chef at Le Cordon Bleu, there was nothing I needed that wouldn't have needed major organising of my suitcase, so ...
Hope I don't get boring saying this every day, but it really has been perfect. A cloudless sky this morning, and cool, warming up to now quite hot at 6 pm! We started out with stand up coffee at the bar, then a pastry, and a walk up to the Luxembourg gardens. So beautiful at this time of year, with the leaves just starting to turn autumnal. We then walked over to the Pantheon and had a wander inside. Very special and moving place. Also we visited a church ...
... explore all the walkways and staircases we saw on the roof. Finally, we made it to the top of the dome. What an incredible view! We could see all of Paris. The Eiffel Tower in the distance, the Seine River, the Grande Palais. It was spectacular.
Once back on the street, we wound our way into the Bohemian center of the town, Place du Tertre. David loved this little square! It had a unique vibrancy as it was filled with musicians and artists. I was reminded of the Moulin Rouge ...