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- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Concierge desk
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
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... and cosy, thankfully the reception staff were nothing like the lady at the TGV station, they were very helpful and sweet. We set out in the chilly night to look for an Indian restaurant at 11pm, and the food there was simply divine! We had butter chicken and naan and it was the yummiest we had tasted anywhere! There was such a big smile on Advika's face after that meal...Finally at around midnight we crashed into bed into a dreamless sleep, tired after all the walking and queues!
... to navigate many difficult train station steps with our heavy bags and found our Airbnb in a left bank area with lots of young people near the Sorbonne. Our apartment is quite spacious with a small well equipped kitchen , 2 bedrooms, dining area @ bath. The neighborhood is VERY lively in the evenings with many sidewalk cafés and restaurants. We have a small balcony for people-watching ...
... when it was built, and I suspect most Parisians hold the same opinion of it today. [Two years after its completion the construction of buildings over seven-stories high in the city center was banned.]
The Montparnasse area became famous in the 1920s and 1930s as the heart of intellectual and artistic life in Paris. From 1910 until the start of World War II, artists migrated to Montparnasse as an alternative to ...
... Musée de l'Orangerie, home of a collection of Impressionistic artwork, and the Monet's Waterlilies. Painted in sections and then blended together in 8 large canvases, the Waterlilies are mounted in 2 oval rooms, specially designed by Monet himself to heighten the viewing experience. In one room, the scenes flow from early morning to late evening, the light reflecting off the water changing as the sky changes color. In the ...
... was how to get across six lanes of traffic on a roundabout with no lanes marked, 12 entrances and exits on the roundabout and maniac Parisian drivers. I asked a policewoman and there was safe passage – there was an underground tunnel. After spending some time there we gave up waiting for the queue for tickets to go up to the top. We walked back to the Metro and headed back to the hotel.