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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
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... We paid about 9 € to go up the stairs. Wow -- no elevator what a workout climbing the spiral stairs that seemed to go on forever. I took a picture. April, I think I got my 20,000 steps yesterday. What a magnificent view from the top. The sky was so clear and it was breath-taking. I feel so blessed to be able to be having this experience. I count my lucky stars everyday. Enjoy!
... so we bought ice creams and ate them in a park adjacent to the Tower. We then crossed the Seine and walked up the steps to Cite De L'Architecture which is an impressive building and from it's steps you get a great view of the Tower. From there it was not too far to complete our circuit and walk back to the Arc and catch our train back to Riquet. On that walk we stopped for coffee and a nibble, sitting outside and watching the passing parade. We went to McDonalds for ...
... we go back to our apartment for a quick nap. There's not a lot of time to nap in Paris but I need to recharge. We decided to go to Tour Montparnasse for dinner, the view is spectacular as it is the tallest building in Paris. As we dine with the Eiffel Tower in sight I get this sudden urge to want one of those twinkling towers in the souvenir shops. On the hour, each hour, the tower sparkles for 5 mins. We experience it twice. I could sit there all night. The food ...
... was an absolute favourite of ours on our last stay in Paris 5 years ago). It is located in an old railway station, with the exhibits being located in special rooms set up in the huge cavernous station area. The whole effect is extremely light and airy, which brings the best out of the paintings and the many sculptures. The speciality at the D'Orsay is the impressionist painters, with an entire floor set aside for Monet, Renoir, Sisley, Degas, Matisse, Manet, and ...
The swear jar was full to overflowing from our Bordeaux rush-hour driving experience, so we used some of the cash to buy a couple of chocolate croissants before jumping on the TGV. It was a direct service to Paris (pretty much half way across France), with no stops at all along the way, so it only took three and a half hours. After a quick connection on the Metro we were in our suburb, Sentier, about three hours ahead of schedule so we stopped for lunch at a cafe and took ...