Hotel Atlanta Frochot
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- Minbar in room
- Multilingual staff
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Room service
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... our accent or language. We decided to get off the hop on hop off bus tour and take a cab to the Indian restaurant we went to last night. So we just called up the friendly owner and asked him to repeat our order of yesterday, and when we got to the hotel, delicious food was awaiting us, to our delight!
After the yummy lunch, we barely had time to get back to our hotel, freshen up and leave for our evening illumination tour around Paris. We had to report to ...
... de la Concorde which was actually the square where they held the guillotines of the French Revolution. It has an Egyptian type 'pencil' high monument and massive fountain feature there now. We then drove to the Eiffel Tower about 11am expecting huge crowds but the queues were not as long as we thought. Only had to wait about 30 or so minutes and we were on our way up the elevator to the second floor. The top floor was not open yet ...
Today we went on the Batobus which is a hop on hop off tour on the Seine. It is not a guided tour (no commentary) but it does a big circuit of the river with 8 stops so you can get off and look at the sights. We picked it up at The Hotel de Ville (Town Hall) stop near Notre Dame and got off at the Champs Élysées where we walked between the Grand Palais and the Petite Palais. The road there ...
... railway station - creating an impressive venue for a museum.
After leaving the Orsay we felt like we needed a little break before going on to our next museum. We walked across the Pond De La Concorde bridge past the Orangerie Museum to a nice park with a pond in the center called Jardin Des Tuileries. We got a snack at a refreshment stand, grabbed a couple of chairs and hung out near ...
... Owen Wilson was filmed in that area and given the original Art Deco tile work inside I am thinking that may be where he hung out with F. Scott Fitzgerrald and the other Lost Generation writers in the film. I felt a bit lost when my bill came to 8 euro for one pint of Heineken! Yikes!
Despite the overpriced beer, this was clearly a place for locals and I enjoyed watching them interact, and of course smoke as everyone here still seems to smoke. I also marveled at ...