Auberge de la Truffe - Hotel de la Mairie
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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After breakfast we all walked to rue Montorgueil which is a permanent pedestrian/market street, Liv and Simon were looking for goodies to take back to Jakarta, I was looking for seafood for a mussel, clam and codfish chioppino, but being Monday, they were all closed so our plans changed to show them rue Bretagne which is a lovely produce street and where the Enfant Rouge Marché is. We ...
... it more if we didn't have to stand for 3 hours!! Rick has been consulting an Internet site that gives information about each arrondissement and what is noteworthy there. On Thursday we visited the 20th, an area unmarked on the map Ardeth has been penning. Here there is Parc de Belleville, which has in it the highest point in Paris. From here you can see most of the city's highlights. It has a waterfall - unfortunately ...
... the second floor. It seemed high but it wasn't high yet really. I looked down over the edge. It seemed so high! We walked over to the elevator to the top level. This lead all the way up 324 metres high! This elevator was yellow. The ride was also rough though. When we got to the top I looked through a telescope. It was an amazing view. There was also a room where it had dummies of the creators of the Eiffel Tower. There even was a Champagne ...
... before one reaches the Eiffel Tower. The children wanted to wade in that pool SO much as it was hot for Paris at 91 degrees. Parisians are used to the 70s and low 80s even in July.
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... just being in the city and admiring the architecture of the day. While sight-seeing it POURED - we walked around Paris for four hours in the rain and got absolutely SOAKED! We managed to see Notre Dame, Le Louvre, l'arc de triomphe, champs élysées, and the Eiffel Tower. At the end of the day we were so glad to be back at the hotel so that we could have a warm shower! Met some of the other teachers on the tour tonight - tomorrow we move to another hotel and the tour ...