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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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... The AFS reunions were grand, with lots of big hugs. This was the moment when I started to get quite emotional. I'm leaving for 10 months. Wow that's actually quite a long time. Saying goodbye to Dad, Grandma and Grandad was hard and emotional but it was good. There was an hour until we went through security and Rowan (best friend), Wade (best friends dad), Mum, Neil (stepdad), Malachi and me sat upstairs at the coffee shop. Wow ...
... amount of sweet wine added during the fermentation. A small portion of champagne is designated as zero dosage which means there is no added sweet wine. Our taste comparison concurred that the zero dosage was indeed drier.
A ma maison: Lunch is served: as indicated by the enticing smell of a freshly cut ...
... landmarks. David has a picture with the artist whose name is....well he has signed them so I'll get back to you on that.
We take the scenic route back to Montmartre, down the stairs, then down some more stairs and we come across a lovely little garden which is a sanctuary in all the hustle and bustle of this part of Paris. We farewell Scott at the bottom, as he has just a short walk back to his flat, and we jump in a cab and head back to ...
... and more recently movie types as a retreat in Paris. To make it viable they have of late set up a public evening with visiting chefs for two or three weeks doing their best to maintain the true French culinary tradition This week it was the turn of Gregoire Rousseau who is from the south and did his five course dinner from Perigueux with Bergerac wines to ...
... housed in a former railway station and, as such, has a grand clock. From inside you are able to look out of it like a window, with views to Sacre-Coeur on the hill in Montmartre. We had decided to go to the Louvre on Wednesday night, as it was open late. That way we could fit more things in our days. From Musee D'Orsay, it is just a walk across the Seine to the Louvre. It was nearly time for the sun to go down when we left the Left Bank just before 6pm. We crossed the nearest of the ...