Aston Hotel Paris
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- 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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This morning I saw a few people from the tour at breakfast and it was great to say a final goodbye to them. I found my new hotel, picked up my Paris Pass and went exploring. I visited Saint Chapelle which was absolutely beautiful and very grateful for Sally to mentioning it to me. The windows are amazing and well worth the visit. Next I went to …
... was so excited, I told hubby to pinch me because I couldn't believe I was actually there, another sooky lala moment. Our hotel was probably only 5 minutes from that point. We arrived to the gorgeous little boutique hotel and to our 5th floor room. The first thing I did was open the window and pop out onto the wee verandah to check out the view, OMG, the Eiffel was just there, I squealed like a school girls and did a little dance on the verandah, a ...
... in it but it was the most confusing museum that I had ever stepped foot in. The floor plan probably had some meaning but I kept having to back track because I was not seeing everything.
Julia and I split off from the group and tried to find some geocash down from the Lock Bridge. Having to luck we walked on the canal back to Notre Dame and got to see the city from a different view by doing that. ...
... that doesn't include any other country and is only WW1 ....war is so futile.
Next we take a short Metro ride to the Eiffel Tower - a few strategic photos of us with the tower in the background - then we race down to the terminal for 'Bateaux Parisiens' to arrange a river cruise which is included on Paris Pass. As we are slightly early we opt for - crepes from a nearby van and enjoy this by the Seine. The cruise was a ...
... marble features that remain are spectacular. The tour includes the state apartments and then the actual palace section which includes a chapel. There is even a room where Louis 14 (I think) ate dinner at 10pm each night and various dukes and duchesses or special members of the public were allowed to watch.
The decorations in the bedroom of Marie Antoinette were all peacocks and ...