Helzear Saint Honore
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Helzear Saint Honore Paris
Travel Blogs from Paris
... pastery items and macaroons. We sat down and had the most delicious desert my tongue has ever tasted and it wasn't chocolate. It was 2 small scoops of raspberry sorbet and one scoop of rose sorbet with lychee ( a fruit similar to a white pear from Chins), whipped cream drizzled with raspberry sauce. I've never paid 12.00 for ice cream, but there is a first time for everything. My taste buds were in heaven. Using ...
... or trains to change. However it is still a challenge on the bus with two large suitcases. They are not allowed to be held in the aisle and with only a small section or prams, wheelchairs and cases it is a matter of first in first served. Peter balanced both bags in the aisle (!) for the first few stops then space became available in the correct section. Again getting off a crowded bus is a challenge but we got there. We didn't check the price of a taxi but as we had quite ...
To prelude this, we have booked most of our accommodation through AirB&B rather than hotels. Paris is one of these. It's a gorgeous place in the heart of Paris, so we walk most places and everything we need is literally down stairs. So, that's what we have been doing. Going to bakeries (Boulangerie), coffee shops and supermarkets getting some supplies for the week. I think we have done well, the fridge now has cheese, baguettes, patè and ...
... sunrise to sunset, using the water, the gardens and the flowers to create the perspective. There was a special exhibition of paintings in the museum by a French Post Impressionist painter and writer, Emile Bernard (1868-1941). His paintings were just fabulous, with many paintings of women, as well as many self paintings. We visited the Arc-de-Triomphe and climbed the 280+ stairs up to the viewing platform at the top. It made us realise that all roads really do lead to ...
... some lovely salad servers, a bottle opener, cheese slicer and bread knife and not being able to read the pricing we didn't think it could cost too much. 80 euro later we were walking out of the shop a little shocked, but put this down to being a nice souvenir for the trip, and lesson learnt. We had lunch at an incredibly busy Thai restaurant that we found, and we were packed in tightly with other customers. We were quite satisfied with our meal, and continued to walk ...