Park & Suites Village Montevrain
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... chose to stroll through the Christmas Markets lining the footpaths (motivated by churros and Nutella), the rest of us ducked down the closest Metro and made our way home, purchasing soup,and ham and cheese panini from the local M&S and Monoprix. At the apartment I headed straight up to my bed and hopped under the too hot doona until circulation returned to my face. Oh to be warm again. The four of us had bowls of soup and toasted panini which revived our drooping (frozen) ...
... Baron Rouge at Marche Aligre to replenish our wine supply and feast on delicious brettone oysters and a plate of charcuterie with a couple of cold glasses of vin blanc. The wines are Cote du Rhone and Touraine Blanc, a chenin blanc from the region of our planned stay in the Loire valley.We met a delightful couple, Nicola and Keith from London and made instant friends. We were walking back home and took a detour ...
And, no .... I didn't fall into her. ( But given my past history, that may have been your first thought.) Last year when I was here ... (!) I couldn't find the Mona Lisa. Up stairs. Down stairs. Sideways. I was looking for her and following all the signs. This year, wasn't looking for her and there she was. How good is that? I went to the Louvre today. Had a great day. Caught the metro from Place D'Italie. Only went 2 stations the wrong way. Got off at each ...
... developer Zhang Yuchen built a copy of the Château, enhancing it by adding two wings from the Palace of Fontainebleau. The building cost $50 million, contains a hotel and seminar center and opened in 2004. It is called Zhang-Laffitte. (40°7′49″N 116°26′32″E)
Tired from our train ride yesterday, we slept in until 10! And we didn't rush out either, because we wanted to savour one of our favourite experiences from the last time we were in Paris - having breakfast at Christine's. She sometimes isn't home in the morning because she works and this was the case today. She leaves coffee (warmed) waiting for us along with a fresh baguette, croissants, jam and butter. ...