Park & Suites Village Montevrain
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... was great. The tasting was ran by an Asian French guy, who explained everything about French wine and was very entertaining. We tasted 3 wines, 2 reds and 1 white. After the tasting, we stayed for for another wine, and enjoyed our last afternoon moment in Paris. We got back to our hotel room, where we were able to rest up for an hour, then off to catch up with Adam and Jess for dinner and drinks. It feels very strange to be catching up with them in Paris! ...
... for a wander to see what was happening west of the apartment. Don't normally walk that way and came across a lovely looking wine bar not far from the apartment. I was sussing out the area as we were going to a French musical with Laurence on sat night. We went back later on and had a couple of glasses of wine and some terrine. Nice place but not open on Saturday nights. Bummer. Back to the apartment for a little cheese and a few episodes of Suits! S ...
... The office of the 3 tours that I am doing while I am here... Dachau The Nazi Walking Tour And the Neuschwanstein Castle Are just across the road at the station so that makes it easy. Checked out a few shops. Ate a roll with a huge slab of cooked meat and mustard ... Delicious! And that's it. Going to sign off and relax. I'm watching CNN. Early night then Hop On Hop Off bus around Munich tomorrow. Sorry about the long blog. I had lots of time on the train! ...
... for Charlemagne (the horse), the others managed to drag me away to visit the chateau. Pops was exhausted after lunch so was happy to snooze in the car, although we worried about him overheating like a dog with the windows up. The chateau was amazing, room after room of amazing art and totally over the top decoration. The highlight was the art collection, apparently it's the only collection on display with three Raphael's and a massive ...
... interesting enough of a reason to walk the street. And the end of the Champs-Élysées is the Arc de Triomph. Built by Napoleon as a tribute to the victories of his armies, it is a really impressive monument on the east side of Paris. Because the Arc is the point where several roads converge and to the untrained eye the traffic appears to be a free for all, there is an underground tunnel that connects the Champs-Elysees and the Arc. As we walked through the tunnel, ...