Lyric Hotel Paris
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
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Travel Blogs from Paris
... lesser desire to look after you and are far from a hospitable and enjoyable experience. So have booked 4 nights, we quickly cancelled 2 of them and decided to look elsewhere. The first day was raining a fair bit and felt even colder than the snow from Switzerland. We spent the day walking the Banks of the river, experiencing the manic of the the Champs Elyses, gazing on the majestic Eiffel Tower and walking through the interesting street of the Latin Quarter. Paris is ...
... with huge paintings of leaders and battles from 706AD till 1800's. The hall of mirrors contained 17 huge arched mirrors, each one made up of many parts - 357 mirrors in all. It was about 80 metres long with huge chandeliers and portraits as well. At one stage, I could feel sweat running down my brack so I was pleased to move quite steadfastly on. The king's bedroom, the queen's bedroom....all opulent and with ...
... change my tea for what I had ordered, English Breakfast, he said you ordered Earl Grey .... Not bloody likely wouldn't order something I can't stand! I ordered an omelet which was yum, it arrived however with a lettuce salad..... these people sure eat odd stuff for brekkie. By the time we had finished our peculiar breakfast, dried my hand washing from the night before with the hairdryer and repacked it was nearly time for the mums to arrive, they would ...
... museum and it’s unknown treasures.
We really did have a great time exploring the Muse de Orsay though, and the exhibition of impressionist works especially was very neat since it tied in so nicely with the other pieces that we had seen at the Van Gogh museum in Amsterdam, the Hermitage in St. Petersburg and of course at the Louvre the night before. We spent the better part of the afternoon just wandering through the various large halls and small rooms, some ...
... to know the language first. Luckily, they were all very nice so they didn't make me feel bad.
From the airport I found my way to the train station and followed the directions to the hostel that I got from the website. Going from the CTA at home, to the tube in London, to the metro in Paris was a breeze. Their train system is just as complex, if not more so, than London's but once you've figured one city out, you can figure them all out. I found my hostel with ...