Hotel Excelsior Latin
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
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... to stay there when we headed that way after Paris. And it wasn't a backpackers! Once we had finished that, we headed off to explore a little more, but it was beginning to get late so we started heading in the general direction of our hotel. We started to hunt for some place to eat, but many of the menus appeared to be in French only so it was a little bit difficult. While on the topic of language, Daniel and I decided to take a different approach to our word in France, ...
... to our hotel to rest for a little before heading out to dinner at a place nearby.
From the moment we were seated at our table, the waiter was rude and snobby. I saw him talking to people across from us and was laughing around with them but every time he came to our table, he was just plain rude! He obviously had something in for tourists. The meal was fine, we both had pizza with some wine and finished with a coffee. When we ...
... sides or the Rive Gauche/Rive Droite sides was always spectacular, with sights like the the Musee d'Orsay, Hotel de Ville, the bridges, the Conciergerie, the booksellers and all the other quintessential sights of Paris will always stay with you.
The award for most significantly over-rated tourist attraction: Sacre Coeur.
Award for most significantly under-rated tourist attraction - Pere Lachaise cemetery
... churn as there's a gap between the building floor and the lift floor and you can see through it to the ground way below. From the second floor to the ground is a long way! Once over the gap there's a lot of floor before the fence, so still not so bad. Getting closer to the fence I was starting to feel a bit woozy but found that if I kept looking at the horizon and the view, I could get pretty much up to the fence without worrying too much. I looked down once and backed off ...