Avia Montparnasse Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Paris! We had a quick breakfast in the hotel and then we got onto the coach and
headed for our drop off point at the Arc De Triomphe. The 'traffic circle' is
insane! I can’t say how many 'lanes' there are as there are no lines, but
everyone just drives all over the place! It’s like a free for all! I even
watched a scooter navigate from the inner lane to the outer lane between cars
while they ...
... to promise that we'd go so Nate ran to it when he saw it. It was a little nuts and so were the prices. In the end, he made a responsible decision and only spent 6 Euro on a keychain and a pin for his soccer backpack. He wanted to save for Munich, Barcelona and Manchester. We made it about halfway up the Champs-Elysées before exhaustion set in and we caught the RER home. On the way home, a rather pathetically amusing game of blow the biggest bubble gun ...
... was still cluckin' which sent us searching for a substitute dinner. Funnily enough, the first meal we ended up eating in Paris was Maccas- so unique to France. The cheeseburger and McFlurry went down well though. Since then, we have come back up to our rooms and I attempted to re-pack for at least the fourth time. I think this time things might just fit! But in saying that tomorrow we have 4 hours of ...
... Mirrors) - a 75m ballroom with 17 giant mirrors down one side - Rebekah tells me the French King ordered the kidnapping of an Italian glass maker (from Murano) because only the Italians had the technology to create a mirror that did not distort the image but they would not share it with the French at the time...not sure that the French would attest to this story today!
After battling Asian tourists in the Chateau - some are down right ...
... because if not getting around would have been a lot more difficult. We went to the Louvre on the fist day, where we were awed by the many enormous paintings, including the Last Supper, and the famous Mona Lisa also resides in this museum. The Palace of Versailles was extravagant, to say the least. Everything was so ornately decorated, from the beautiful painted ceilings to lavish furniture. I was just struck by the artistic ...