La Rose des Vents
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... s waterlilies. It is here that Ashlyn discovered she is drawn to the artist Eduardo Manet.
We took a cab back to our apartment as it was beginning to rain and our feet were tired. Dinner that night was at a local restaurant called Le Jardin de The where we had our first duck confit of the trip. We were the only people speaking English inside the restaurant so we took that as a sign we hadn’t fallen into a tourist trap.
Day 3 ...
... at other times.Sounds good.Catch is not all the rides are opened at this time.By now we are thinking Mickey Mouse himself built and runs this hotel.
Left the luggage with the concierge till room ready, off to find lunch.Restaurant as per voucher has very long lines, and so begins a pattern well trodden over the next few days.
Finally get buffet lunch, then back to pick up room keys.To my amazement the room is huge and very ...
... the Ile St Louis via the Pont de Sully and walked up the central road of the Island before crossing to the Ile de la Cite. We continued across the Pont de l'Archeveche to the Latin Quarter where we chose a cheap restaurant for dinner. (Not a good choice - food was terrible) And last of all, we caught a No 38 bus to Gare de l'Est and arrived home, once again, ...
Apparently it's 10E for a taxi anywhere in this town (or at least that's the way it has worked out for us with the 3 different taxi's we've taken from 3 different parts of town at 3 different times of the day). The taxi driver isn't sure exactly where the right terminal is for the train to Disney, but he was helpful otherwise, so once in the station it takes talking to about 5 people and going up 2 floors in the wrong ...
... Roman gates that are still standing but badly damaged due to WW1 and the French Revolution. These gates are huge and our tourist guide advised us this is what the Arc De Triomphe was inspired from. We move on and head down the Main Street and because of the lovely weather we were having today all the cafés were in full swing and had all of their tables and chairs our in the mall and encouraging customers to sit and order a meal. So we select a cafe and eat. We both had ...