Citadines Opera-Grands Boulevards Paris
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- Shuttle bus service
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
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... or metro ride up the road. I agreed, and we set out on foot. It was supposed to rain some on Friday, but clear up for the rest of the weekend with temperatures in the 70's (so basically perfect weather). We grabbed our raincoats on the way out the door, but the sun was peaking through so we decided to walk for as long as possible. It lightly sprinkled on us for about 5 minutes - but then the weather completely cleared up (and stayed beautiful for the rest of our trip - yay!). On our ...
The Musée d'Orsay is a museum on the left bank of the Seine. A former train station, Gare d'Orsay was built between 1898 and 1900 and opened in time for the 1900 World's Fair. In 1939, the newer trains were too long for the short platforms. Talk centered around demolishing the station in favor of a hotel. By 1978, it was decided to fill the gap between the Louvre's collection and ...
Today ended up being a slow start due to the safe situation. Our apartment greeter arrived before we got to head out into our day and she arrived with a little black box. I'm not exactly sure what she did but whatever it was it worked. Apparently, she explained to me in very good English, that if what she had to try didn't work then there was to be a phone call to Switzerland. I didn't ask where she got it from or what she had to do as I was a little ...
After a **** day yesterday and knowing full well that being able to organise an emergency passport in 8 hours as opposed to the standard 48 hours was going to be a stretch - we slept in and did local stuff. We had a lazy brunch, walked the markets of Bastille, did some washing and then went and had an afternoon sleep. We needed that anyway. ...
... to pick up a bike from any station, ride it wherever you want to go, and then park it at any available docking station when you want). Free for first ˝ hour, and then only couple of euros per hour (unless you want to dock it and collect another bike within the ˝ hour – then it’s free again for the first ˝ hour). We went cruising along the Seine… past the Eiffel tower….. to the replica ‘Statue of Liberty’ which sits on ...