Amarante Beau Manoir Hotel
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... street that could seat 5. Emma Grace had fish and chips and I had a delightfully tender steak with fries. We ended our meal with a "half-baked chocolate cake" with ice cream. It turned out to be a chocolate lava cake with chocolate and caramel inside. It was delicious - a bigger portion would have been nice! Then, we walked through Paris. We saw the Magdalen church with lovely rows of flowers in front. In Paris, there are many cars, buses, mopeds, and bikes. You definitely have ...
... and some shops. It was a really fun area that we assume will be quite lively at night. After making a quick trip into a local grocery store, I met up with Ann Marie who was shopping. She was showing me some jewelry in the store apparently trying to get me to see the ring on her finger "sparkling" away. But I did not! So when we met up with Ann Marie and Tom at a bar down the street from our apartment and they were drinking champagne, I couldn't help ...
Today we arrived in Paris, after a pleasant three hour train trip from Basel. We had a great time in Basel, and it was very good to renew our friendship with Peter after so many years and so much happening in our lives. He was a wonderful host and guide, and added much to our "adventure" that almost certainly would not have happened without him there.
Our arrival at Paris Gare du Nord was complicated by ...
... occurrence. There were many guys selling little metal replicas and they would come up to you clinking their ring of miniatures and you just keep walking. There were also many ladies who asked if we spoke English and wanted to sign some paper. We did not fall for that trap! Took lots of pictures from the garden behind the tower as it was a beautiful afternoon.
Even though our feet were already tired, we decided to ...
... in some sections, but it was interesting to see all of the declarations of love (or at least 7 years worth - it is my understanding they clean the locks off after this amount of time). We headed to the L'Ouvre where there was only a 10 minute wait (or possibly less if you enter across the street under the small arch at the edge of Jardin Tuileries). We spent two hours meandering along with Rick Steves L'Ouvre audio guide. Highlights being Mona Lisa, Venus di Milo - ...