Aston Hotel Paris
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAston Hotel Paris
I thought it was very big and cozy and all of the people were very nice. It was one of the best Hotel's I have been in this holiday.
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... in some olive oil. It turned the skin of the potatoes into a nice golden-red color and made them very tender. Flavored with some salt, this was all that the potatoes needed.
While all this is cooking, the chocolate and butter are measured and put to melt in a Bain Marie (over water or "Mary's bath"). Sugar and eggs are ...
... a delicious dinner …..how lovely to be so far from home…..and yet feel like for now…..this is our home!!!!So that’s it for now…..time for me to get ready for this new day…..8.30am & the sun is only just coming up!!!!
It is our 23rd wedding anniversary today!!!! We are off to Montemarte.....hopefully a
outside flea market close by & off to church in the evening with Jake!!!
... probably just asking which entrée we’d like). We responded with, “Uhhhh…could we have the Beef Steak please?” Oh well, at least we tried. Lindsay still came out triumphant, as she should; the tap water order was a gold-medal performance.
The sun had set by the time we left our little café. We walked out of Ile de St. Louis arm in arm. The lights in the city were twinkling and Notre Dame was glowing ...
... at Fountainbleau than Versailles.
We were able to take a very leisurely walk around all the areas that are open and be amazed at the wealth and opulence of some, even way back then!
Later we took a brief walk around the gardens and a lovely horse and carriage ride around some of the garden and forest areas further away from the residence.
Our timing again was perfect, as we alighted the carriage and said our thanks to Mr. ...
... On the way home we detoured via the Marais to have dinner at Bofinger recommended by Susan and John Dobbie. This was an upmarket French provincial restaurant with attentive silver service waiters. The waiter appeared a little surprised when John ordered a dessert at the same time as the main meal. When John’s meal arrived we knew why – it was an enormous dish of sauerkraut with assorted sausages and a pig’s trotter. ...