Residence International Paris
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... single person within the square was trying to do, she was then telling us to meet her outside, then changed her mind again as we getting poured on, to inside again. Honestly it was organised chaos and so so funny! We eventually all made it into the church and she began taking us around and telling us the history. It was beautiful but wet lol Back onto the bus and off around all the big numbers Paris has to offer, Av des Champs-Elysees, Arc ...
We actually don't leave dock today, we spend the day in Paris. Today's outing said it was visiting the Eiffel Tower, Champs Élysées, Arc de Triomphe, Notre Dame and a few other places, what they actually meant was sit on the bus and we will drive you past these things, we did stop for ten mins for photos outside the Musee Invalides which Stephen and I had already done so really no interest to us in getting photos there. We ...
... to try and make our way to a taxi stand someplace. After enduring the same harsh cold that we were trying to avoid at Versailles, we finally found a cab and asked him to take us away and to please turn up the heat!
We decided that since we couldn’t see the palace of Versailles we should still try to take in a bit more of the beautiful museums that Paris had to offer, so we made our way over to the Muse de Orsay. Of course we weren’t the only people with ...
... close to the airport then returned the car by 4pm. We took the shuttle to the airport, checked in, had an easy trip through security, then grabbed a small sandwich and salad (and coffee!) before boarding.
The flight to Paris was fine. Upon arrival, I made it through immigration without problem, but Paul kept getting stuck behind people with issues. Still, we had to wait 8 minutes for the bags, and we was out before the bags (but just barely … he was in ...
Caught the train from London to Calais and change trains for Amiens. The weather is a complete change from warm and dry to bleak, grey blank out with rain. Thankfully Peter can speak a little French because mine is nonexistent and the French so far, are not helpful. I have the feeling I will be doing very little speaking in this country. Ahhh the French they're so french. We discover the Campanelli chain of Hotels, they are good value, clean and a ...