Aston Hotel Paris
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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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... way which did delay us for a bit. But we finally did find the hamlet, hidden by a labyrinth of small twisting paths through a forested area…on the way back we found that there was a much more direct and easier path than the one we took! But it was worth the hike there, the hamlet was laid out around a small pond, small quaint houses with thatched roofs that seemed like something out of Beauty and the Beast. We had ...
... some Aussies in the queue for one of the rollercoasters and had a good chat. It was nice to talk to people who speak understandable English! They were just doing a week in Paris and a week in London. We didn’t get much time at Disneyland. The mess up didn’t get us in until midday and the bus for the airport left at 4:30 so we had about 4 hours there. That’s all we needed though because there ...
... see the Eiffel Tower light of and sparkle at night.
-Notre Dame, because of the beautiful architecture and the history.
-And last but not least, sitting on the steps of Sacre-Coeur at sunset, and eating macaroons,drinking Heineken, listening to the live music, and watching the man doing tricks with the soccer ball while climbing the street light.
Overall, our trip to Paris was amazing and one I will never forget.
... for the Eiffel Tower the clouds parted just for us, and the sun really lit it up. We got great photos of the Eiffel Tower, so we can leave now. Once back to the dock we thought we would push our luck, and walk the river toward the tower. As we got down to the tower it started raining again. Big surprise. We took photos anyway. It continued to rain, so we headed to the hotel. Dry, and exhausted we headed for ...
... another high end department store that just happens to be right next to Galeries Lafayette. We sat under the gorgeous multi coloured glass dome. It was an incredible store of extreme prices and selection. The people allowed inside the Chanel store were restricted in number so there was a managed queue waiting outside. The selection of items throughout the store was staggering - 2 floors of handbags??? We then went to Galeries Lafayette and we think most ...