Sofitel Paris La Defense
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... wasn't a disappointment. We explored different indigenous artefacts from Africa, Asia, Americas and Oceania. I even got a taste of home when I saw the small collection of Maori artefacts! It really was amazing. We then proceeded to a sushi restaurant (far more selection than NZ - my personal favourite is beef cheese sticks!) and finished right in time to see the ...
This morning after skype calls with the kids, we caught the metro to the Batignolles market in the north west of town. It was quite calm and almost empty when we arrived at about 11:45 am but we happily bought paupiettes de veau with prunes and apricots., chevre and roquefort cheese, vegetables and fruit. The fish shop sells and opens oysters for €13 for you to eat at their seats. We will plan that in for next ...
... and great again I was able to take pictures. It cost $1.94 to go to the bathroom there other places .65cents we had the opurtunity to stay at the louvre or take the coach back we all left it was so hot in there personally I think it would take a week to see everything there is a mall downstairs even an apple store, tonight were headed to see Moulin Rouge it will be a late night dinner is at 7:30. See you ...
... platform outlined in the French manner with a dry moat. The cour d'honneur
was defined by terraces. The central block extends symmetrically into
short wings, composed of several sections, each with its own roofline,
with raked roofs and tall chimney stacks, in several ranges, with a
... went on a longish walk to another MUCH smaller palace with a delightful English style garden with a little village in it. The big palace, that is really huge, was the home of the Kings of France. It reached its peak of splendour in the early 1700s under the care of Louis XIV. It was so vast and full of courtiers and daily ritual, that a second smaller palace was built at the bottom of the Garden so the Royal family could spend some time in private. ...