This is an idea of the local auto dealers in Yvelines my old dept tohold a car sale presentation of new models right in the m iddle of a town; so they chose Les Mureaux. A hotbed area but with only 33K inhabitants it has 7 banks !!!
This event is call Autos en Seine in the town of Les Mureaux, dept Yvelines no 78 west of Paris on your way to Normandy on the A13 autoroute de Normandie exit/sortie 8. Its a town about 39 kms (24 miles) from Paris. You can easily get here by train from Paris gare Saint Lazare direction Mantes la Jolie.
So passing by took these photos, for the car aficionado in me , it will be permanently remain in VT lol!
Fondest memory: walking and seeing all those wonderful cars and not buying time for me!!!
Neuilly sur Seine is a upscale chic community just outside the city limits of Paris (dept 75) the city is in Hautes des Seine ,dept 92 .
The monument to the fallen of the WWI is done in stone of Artiges du Breuil; durable and beautiful.
Always something special to remember
the area is full of business especially coming back to the avenue du roule or achilles peretti, in Neuilly, and nice walk over to the porte de maillot in Paris.
Fondest memory: walking around history and wonderful architecture.
This is a tip written for me!! Just put this information here online not to loose it (as usual)
desde Clodoveo I (481-511) hasta Childerico III (743-751)
desde Pipino el Breve (751-768) hasta Luis V (986-987) aaargghhh!
desde Hugo Capeto (987-996) hasta Carlos IV (1322-1328)
desde Felipe VI (1328-1350) hasta Enrique III (1574-1589)
desde Enrique IV (1589-1610) hasta Luis Felipe I (1830-1848)
If it's your first trip to Paris, get a copy of "Rick Steves Paris" and read it BEFORE you get on the plane ! He has suggested "walks" and even schedules for 3, 5 & 7 day visits. You can use one of his plans or create one yourself -- but plan your days BEFORE you get there so you don't waste a minute while there ! BUT, also be ready (and willing !) to make changes on-the-fly ! Remember, it's only a plan -- just to make sure you think of everything you WANTED to see. But as time passes, your "wants" may change -- go with it !
Fondest memory: The WHOLE experience !
I went to La Defense to get some pics for my VT friend Juschka. I woke up on the early morning of a Saturday, as there is almost nobody in La Defense during the weekend. Indeed, La Defense is more a working place than an entertaining buildings-made-of-glass museum... Consequently, if you go to La Defense during the weekend, you will only meet other tourists takings pictures, rowdys doing nothing but erring in the Mall called 'Les Quatre Temps' and some fugitive ghosts usually called 'over the weekend workers', lost souls walking quickly from the exit of the metro towards the entrance of a building from which you won't see them getting out (unless you stay until late at night ... !)...
Fondest memory: What you must know about La Defense is that, as it is a flat, quite open and large area, the wind blows really hard, especially in fall and winter, and, when you have decided to wake up early to take some pics for a VT friend of yours, that you have forgotten this specific fact and, in the meantime, your two extra sweaters, as you haven't been to La Defense for years (as you guess, it was my case, this said morning), it gets f*cking freezing and you'd better enjoy the silence and the relative calmness of the place, take the best pics you have ever taken and run as fast as you can from one end to another of the area in order not to catch a cold !!!!
Favorite thing: The weirdo building, a more typical one and a designed street lamp... I like this association...
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