Aston Hotel Paris
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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
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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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... the High-line is beautiful but we are both amazed and excited that the crepe restaurant from yesterday is open so we drop in for the dessert crepes that we couldn't fit in yesterday. It was well worth the return visit.
The afternoon is spent quietly in the apartment and then it is off to the local Irish Pub - yes there is one in every city by the feel of it - where we watch the Chelsea Football match. ...
... a day. There's also a famous restaurant there, Les Ombres, with one of the best views in Paris of the Eiffel Tower. Les Ombres may or may not be a tourist trap. I've never tried it. It was impossible to resist a temporary exhibit, which ends this Sunday, called Tiki Pop about the American 1950's love affair with all things Polynesian. Think of Don the Beachcomber, Mai-Tai's, Marlon Brandon in "Mutiny on the Bounty," and break out your Don ...
Flight was Santorini to Thesonolaki to Paris CDG with Aegean
We got up early, got everything packed into our bags and fixed ourselves some sandwiches. Poppy came to the door and asked if we could leave early because she had to meet the boat at 11:00 and we were glad to help here. She also gave us a small gift to remember her place and our trip to Santorini. Such a great sendoff.
... de Mars. We are dinner around eight o clock at a nearby restaurant. We love how all the restaurants are open to the street and part of the dining experience is watching the people going by.
We are now back in our hotel resting from our busy Parisian day. Tomorrow we plan on heading to Versailles which was one of Jamie and my favourite places to see when we came here two years ago.
Au revoir mes Amis
... our luggage onto the train.Then we had to work out which was our stop,Ros had thought it was Gare De Norde, as this is where we catch the train from Paris back to London.In the end we got help from a homeless man- though we were a bit dubious about the wisdom of following his advice!
When we got to our station we all scrambled off with the luggage and it took ages to find an exit, first trekking through a shopping complex. Finally ...