Comfort Hotel Adelaide
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... We wanted to take advantage of the late opening hours, and hoped that we would make it in time to climb the dome for some spectacular views of the city. We made it.
The stairs were very tight climbing, but the reward was worth it. What a fantastic city. Bonus? We were within the last few people to go up, so the dome was pretty empty and we got to enjoy the view even more freely.
Back down again, we ...
... we bought the guinea hen to cook a la Stephanie Alexander. Since we needed a good quality chicken stock for the recipe we asked the butcher where it might be available. Pas probleme! He gave us a jar from his rotisserie and it is so rich we will not have to reduce it. Spent an hour or so at another local cafe drinking beer and wine watching everyone come home. We have a simple code to give them all a rating: ...
... collection & will need to do an overnight bag to take with us in the morning. We leave here at 9.30am by bus to the Rail Paris to Dijon then bus pickup up for drop off at Scenic Emerald - Chalon -Sur - Saone Pier & our cases will be waiting for us in our cabins on arrival. Dad happy as just found Songs of Praise on the TV, it really is Sunday now....great version of What A Friend We Have In Jesus, modern & upbeat, now they are singing In Christ I Stand, beautiful. Dad ...
... right in the heart of Paris. Honestly, the architecture and view from the museum are the most fascinating to me. Inside is absolutely beautiful and from the top, you can see a spectacular view of the Seine, the Louvre, and so much of Paris. There is an enormous clock on the top floor that you can actually see through and this is where you can have a great view of Paris! Its fun to imagine what it all must have been like before, with ...
... we eat at a restaurant after 11pm on a Monday night. Which is normal for Europe. Even on rainy days it is daylight until after 10pm & not pitch black at midnight. The waitress looked at me as if I was stupid when I asked if they were still serving food. What time do these people start work? And how much sleep do they get? They all seem to be out late! We catch the bus back to the hotel & fall into bed. The Louvre & Seine still clearly viewed from the the window after ...