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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Well last day in Paris, and it was a early one. We were up early to get to the Louvre before it open at 9am. So a quick breakie at the hotel, and we hit the trains again. We arrive at one of the entrances to the Louvre and use the priority line as it was part of the Paris Pass to get fast entry. So 9am comes, gates home and it is a quick dash to see the Mona Lisa. I heard it was small, and they were right, so after soaking it in for a few minutes, we then ...
Bonjour! I arrived in Paris late last night and decided I would go promptly to my hostel. Promptly via at least 3 detours and numerous consultations with my map! I was so tired from the day that I settled in and slept real well. Prior to booking this trip I had a hankering to see the Eiffel Tower at sunrise. So, here I was in Paris all it took was a little will power to get up and out. It was about an hour walk from the hotel to the Tower, but there was something so special in ...
... from strangely coloured small water bottles. AND THEN, the gypsies had swapped the small Eiffel Tower souvenirs that they sell during the day for buckets and buckets of.... Beer Wine Spirits. Must be an amnesty for watching the Eiffel Tower lights, I told Emily. She quickly agreed with me. We spread out the large T-Towel borrowed from our hotel. And Emily proceeded to lay out a spread fit for illuminations watching. Baguette Cheeses. ...
... The hotel though. The glorious hotel. You can walk out and immediately see the Arc de Triomphe! We arrived to complimentary wine and macaroons. Instant seal of approval. After settling, we ventured out to find a late dinner. It did not go well. Wherever we were, I would recommend it to no one. It was worse than McDonalds. It was a sign. Time to retire and try again tomorrow. Tomorrow will be better. I'm sure of it. Till then. Xx ...
... opposite of how I've dreamt to see the Eiffel Tower.
The next day we got up early to climb the Eiffel Tower. Cassidy and I wanted to get pictures in front of the Eiffel so we figured Jackie and Cali could save our spots for a second. When we were taking pictures we got a text saying they opened and had to go in. We went to get back in line when the French military started walking around the crowd, looking around suspiciously armed with huge guns. I didn't feel safe ...