Avia Montparnasse Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
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... or trains to change. However it is still a challenge on the bus with two large suitcases. They are not allowed to be held in the aisle and with only a small section or prams, wheelchairs and cases it is a matter of first in first served. Peter balanced both bags in the aisle (!) for the first few stops then space became available in the correct section. Again getting off a crowded bus is a challenge but we got there. We didn't check the price of a taxi but as we had quite ...
... for their pastries, they haven't failed to deliver on this front at all. On a daily basis I gained a good kilogram merely enjoying what was most likely table spoons full of sugar, delicately arranged into a gorgeous cake or tart for my consumption. As I leave Paris for Belgium, I won't miss it in the slightest. Especially not the rude waiter who when I informed I had a hair in my food he insisted it must have been mine that ...
... s the big deal here, its not all that interesting", but the closer we came to city the more the streets changed to the Haussmann designs that we all recognise.
We arrived at our hotel at 6 Rue du Geoffroy-Marie. It's in a little lane surrounded by an eclectic selections of all nations. There's a little Jewish deli across the road and Italian, Spanish, Vietnamese, Thai restaurants close by - you name its you'll probably find near ...
... out for a seven day period. Next best thing I could find was a Paris city bus tour by Paris City Vision which would be followed by a Seine river cruise and culminating in lunch in 58 Tour Eiffel Restaurant on the first level of the Eiffel Tower[The Eiffel Tower is an iron lattice tower located on the Champ de Mars. It was named after the engineer Gustave Eiffel, whose company designed and built the tower. Erected in ...
... etiquette is probably one of the things we struggle with most. The food stores, markets, retail shops, tourist places and transport are all easier to navigate and pretty universal in their rules, however the Paris restaurant system evades me. We wait at the store front to be given a table and it seems that some do want u to do that, while other waiters walk right past- you must choose ur own seats and sit. After this uncomfortable time is done there seem ...