Hotel Le Richemont
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... be choosers, so in we went to get some warmth and hopefully some wifi and a loo.
Wifi we got, warmth we got, the loo... Lets just say that's something we never want to experience again!
Each of the the toilet doors were locked and wouldn't unlock unless you put in €0,50 which isn't a lot (.75c) but the problem is you don't know what's going to be behind that toilet door and there's no refund if you don't like what you find.
... both children were engrossed and never complained about being tired or ready to go. We all enjoyed our Louvre experience immensely.
Near the Louvre was an amusement park. So before leaving the area in the evening we rode the ferris wheel and the swings, got the kids some cotton candy, and so it was a good way to end the day before heading back on the metro. Tomorrow: the Eiffel ...
We made it! After a long overnight flight to Paris we were finally able to get off of a plane and do something! We made it through customs without any problems but finding our hotel was a struggle! We found the shuttles to the hotel but as each shuttle came our hotel name was no where to be seen. We met a nice American girl that was a French major taking a class, but she didn't know about our hotel situation. We finally asked a driver who spoke very little English and ...
... room just two doors down. I was soon put to ease when I came out of my room to check out and found several people in much the same mindset as me. After a quick introduction by our tour leader, Dave, and a review of our important details for safekeeping, we went down to the basement to have breakfast together before departing. After a reasonably pleasant two-hour drive the white cliffs came into sight and we knew we had reached Dover. At Dover ...
... fruitless hat and scarf shopping. We decide to give up on eating in the central city this evening, and head back to our home turf instead. A stop at what is now our favourite boulangerie/patisserie yields two pastries and a warm and delicious "baguette de tradition". With the latter we finish our brie and bleue, with a suitable wine match for each, and research Moroccan restaurant options for later tonight. As the reviews look good, we decide on ...