Quality Hotel Axel Opera
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- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
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... cases can sit on the bottom bunk.
After a rest we headed out to Disneyland for a look, the weather had set in so a fine rain mist made the evening a bit damp, but still able to walk around with out getting too wet. We happened to walk straight into the Christmas parade so that was spectatular surprise to see. We were told tomorrow being Monday the park won't be quite as busy, so we found a place for some tea then headed back to the hotel to be nice and rested for a BIG day ...
... what all of the noise and disturbance was about, cars were honking too by this stage, and had to physically drag her off down the street and explain that what she was doing was not correct and that she not know the road rules in France. After the danger was over everyone was frantic to ask me what had been happening as I was just about in it, and a witness to a near international incident!!
Our whole night was interspersed with Jennifer incidents of which I ...
... itself, an ugly big black rectangular structure…the only ‘skyscraper’ inside Paris proper, and is said to have the best view of Paris, mostly be you can’t see it while you’re standing on its roof. We did get some spectacular views of Paris, including a lighted and twinkling Eiffel Tower…and just stayed up there for most of an hour. A glass of wine (guess who) and iced tea (me) at the top of Paris, capped off a very full, wonderful day in ...
... in the bushes. Lots of laughs though and great company.
We loved the grandness of the Louvre. It’s massive and you can’t comprehend how huge it actually is until you are inside. We went directly to Mona Lisa and looked at the passing art along the way. The crowds in front of Mona were quite large too and many iphones and cameras were held high in the air trying to get a photos ( ours included)
The most recognised symbol of Paris ...
... and much more. The food was quite good, the decor unique, and the prices quite reasonable. I will make a note of this place; though I’m not sure it would be worth a long metro ride to get there and I don’t that often go to the 17th.
We walked back to the apartment Alex shares with his wife and daughters. Marjolaine went for a window-shopping spree, while Alex and I discussed some theological questions in a very enjoyable and, I ...