Park & Suites Village Montevrain
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... canals and alleys of walking paths. The gardens are so big that there is a tram to take people around or golf carts to rent! We opted for a leisurely stroll and walked all the way over to the much smaller palace called le Grand Trianon, a sort of getaway for the royal family when court life got too busy. This palace is also very grand, with its own beautiful flowers gardens, canals and statuary. Another 10 minute walk away is a ...
... her partner Ray. On the way there we stopped of at Bath for coffee. Bath was quite an interesting looking city and would have been great to have had more time there.. We arrived at Caerphilly which is north of Cardiff and after a cup of tea, Ray and Sharon took us over "Big Pit" which had been a working coal mine until closed in the 1980's. Ray and I went down into the mine while Doug and Sharon stayed top side. ...
... a Red Armchair" and "Man with Guitar", most of which bore very little resemblance to their title. The people about to commit the massacre look like the Tin Man from "The Wizard of Oz", but it seemed to worry her that the victims didn't appear Korean!! Even though Picasso was born in Spain, he lived for most of his life in France, so the French people benefitted from this by now owning what is a really a fantastic collection of his works. When ...
... the main hub of the Metro, there is nearly always an Orchestra playing, their music is haunting and beautiful. We went with Ornella back to the Japanese place we went to last week, it was just as good and I think they were expecting us, we had the same table as last week. I am all done with the Dentist, she was wonderful and made an appointment for me at 1900, they start late and finish late here. Simon, Liv and Issy are here, we can't wait to show them ...
... lots of delicious looking things, including some odd jellied (not like jam) fruits, which I'd like to try at some stage. Now, we have encountered three sets of local people in hospitality and I had not found any of them to have the stereotypically rude characteristics that I had been expecting.. However this may be because we were trying to roll out the 'bonjour's, 'oui's and 'merci beaucoup's where possible (and throwing in ...