Hotel Excelsior Latin
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- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... Dulles airport for the flight to Paris was the most challenging aspect of the trip. Ken and I were coming from Houston, Kim from Lancaster, PA and Aimee from Greenville, SC. However, the travel gods were smiling and we all arrived in time for our 530p flight.
The flight was uneventful and seemed quicker than normal, taking just over 7 hours. We arrived just before 7am, Paris time, which meant it wasn’t even midnight at home. What does that ...
... before. We admired the energy around us but were not inspired to join in especially as the day was proving very humid as well as warm.
Our walk was basically an exercise in getting lost and finding new things along the way in a purposeful manner as we find that this is where you can 'get local' as far as sight seeing goes for a change from hitting the tourist spots. Also as we have done most of the key tourist spots already on our last trip, we can ...
Next Stop: Paris, France. After a full night of no sleep as well as traveling, we finally made it! We met up with Gab in the airport, who was spending the Paris portion of our euro-trip with us, and took a bus to Paris City Center. From there, we took a cab to our hotel and finally settled in. Also, backtrack for a second, there were fully armed men with guns all over the Paris Beauvais airport. We had not seen anything like it before and it was freaky. ...
... and Co. This is a place also featured in a few movies set in Paris. I was a little disorientated in my attempt to get us there. Sensing Bridget may be tired I offered to go alone if she wanted to head back to the apartment. She wouldn't hear of it, I'm sure despairing that I would get lost on my own. We spent more time than I thought we would here, Bridget enjoyed browsing for books for Justin and I equally took time to choose Ernest ...
... little street, rue Emily Gilbert, where I booked my one night stay at Palym Hotel. It was super easy, probably the least stressful arrival into Paris of all my trips; however, this was my fourth visit altogether and the second visit this year, so I was fairly familiar with the city.
I was greeted by a pleasant receptionist at the desk, my room wasn’t ready but there was a luggage storage room where I left my bag and went out to explore the area. It was rainy and cold, and ...