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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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23 April Just chilled out this morning and did some washing etc. Fresh crusty baguette for breakfast. Coffee at Starbucks next door. Bought some yummy cheese and prosciutto from Monoprix supermarket 100 metres away. Taxis virtually outside the door. This is just a perfect location. And from chatting to other people, the cost of hotel rooms and size of them are very disproportional. No room to swing a cat for the cost of ...
... it dates back to when Buhda was a pup, and I guess I can accept the notion. However, I'm a bit skeptical of any philosophy which is a "synthesis" of older, more time tested models, made popular by a fella who had an epiphany in the middle of the night, woke up (literally and figuratively) to find heavy traffic blissful, and went on to make gazillions pedaling that awakening to folks stuck in heavy ...
Today we started our day with a tour of Paris with a local guide, our first stop was Notre Dame, then a tour in the coach past the famous Arc De Triomphe, Opera, Eiffel Tower, Champs Élysées, then the rest of the day was free time. We walked for miles, firstly around the Arc de Triomphe, then down the Champs Élysées to the Place de la Concorde, towards the Louvre, stopped for a photo shoot at Joan of Arch statue, then all the way back to the Arc de ...
... R & R before dinner with T and B.
Here again, DM dutifully followed the guide book to make sure we saw all of the significant works of art a museum had on display.
A close friend of our daughter LC and her husband live in Paris. T & B make a wonderful couple and the cosmopolitan Paris lifestyle seems to suit them both well. We asked T to select a restaurant and she chose ...
... We needed to do some grocery shopping first. There was a Carre Four nearby so we popped in there. After gathering the items we needed for the next couple of days we headed to the checkout. You have to provide your own bags or pay 3 euros for each bag which we had to do. Just for plastic bags mind you!
On the way back to the apartment we stopped to get some crepes for tea - ham and cheese! Kyria and I went on ahead with the shopping. We got inside the doors and headed ...