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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It was an early wake-up call for our Eurostar train trip to Paris. We woke up at 4:50, got to the hotel lobby at 5:40 a.m. and boarded the bus with our bagged breakfast - croissants and cheese. The Eurostar train travels under the English Channel to Paris. We got our lunch at the train station to eat on the way. It was a lovely 2 1/2 hour trip. We met our bus in Paris, with an apprentice pickpocketer smiling and staring creepily. We ...
... she was in the distance the Eiffel Tower we had arrived! The Pullman is a modern lively hotel we had an hour before dinner so Kell and I did a lap of the block,went to the supermarket (where you can take you pet dog into) and then came back in time to freshen up and do the tour of the hotel and then they took us to dinner. I was feeling like sleeping by then. The food and company was great but I ended up I bed at 9:30 pm lol, hope I sleep well! I can say now I'm in Paris ...
... br> Due to the impending rally, the streets were fantastically clear. The bus driver going as far as saying that he was willing to pay everyday to have traffic like this. We saw a bonanza of sites including (but not limited to) the Avenue des Champs-Elysées, the Obelisk of Luxor, the Arc de Triomphe, the Louvre, the Eiffel Tower, the Seine River, Pont Alexandre III, State de France, Petit Palais, Grand Palais and many other sites demonstrating ...
... aniseed flavour. To work off our big meals we walked up the hill to the Sacre Coeur basilica which was very crowded but incredibly beautiful inside with detailed mosaics (no photos allowed). There were great views over Paris from the steps of the Sacre Coeur. From there we made our way through Montmartre to see the Moulin Rouge. It was quite interesting walking through the red light ...
... It would be interesting to compare his work to those of the Harlem Renaissance for instance. This museum is great as there is so much in a fairly small museum. The best part is unlike the National Gallery in London, no photos can be taken which means I wasn't pushed out of the way for someone's Instagram post but could instead enjoy the works. As for now, this post is getting long so I bid you all farewell!