Hotel Atala Champs Elysees
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... and it was amazing! I got to see so many wonderful artworks. My favourite thing was Napoleon’s apartments. They were all that glittered. I wanted to own so much furniture that day.
After the Louvre we made our way to a picnic by the Eiffle Tower. We were late cause our train line stopped running so we had to navigate a new line. We survived that one ok. Thank goodness and I mean thank goodness Jonathan taught me some basic ...
... the hotel. This is where everything goes south. It takes us about 30mins just to find the van and the guy. He had a small board with my name on it, both of us missed him. Once we got in, he had to wait for 2 more passengers, they took about 30-45mins to arrive. Finally we get on the road, and we go through over an hour worth of stop starting from traffic, then traffic lights. Colleen and I at this stage aren't feeling well, and to make things worse, we were the last to ...
We returned to our lovely hotel close to midnight. I’m hoping to figure out how I can use the bidet to wash some dirty laundry . . .
Plate du jour: the breakfast pastries – a raisin roll for me, a slice of flan for Hilary
Beverage du jour: A lovely Spanish red: Marques de Caceres (Crianza 2010)
Factoid du Jour: Madrid has a population of 3 million, and is the highest capital city in ...
... it is the biggest in Europe. The French can be very proud of their achievements and one can understand their general attitude, which at times is generally seen as arrogance by some.
When the Château was built, Versailles was a country village; today, however, it is a wealthy suburb of Paris, some 20 kilometres southwest of the French capital.
The Court of Versailles was the center of political power in France from 1682, when Louis XIV moved ...
... a stunning interior, be sure to visit instead the Madeleine - an old church thats built like a massive Greek temple, or Saint Eustache which is opposite Les Halles.
Ile Saint Louis walk: As the tour books describe, the Isle Saint Louis island is connected to the Isle de la Cite by a bridge and is the lesser known island that destiny never smiled upon. It has chic boutiques and is mostly residential. Whats ironic is that ...