BEST WESTERN Amarys
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Red Children and Bastille Markets The highlight of the day will be difficult to beat. Laundromat Lady quickly readies herself to get down to the laundromat as soon as possible. She is keen to either see the washing tumble and clean or find another bloke who will help her using his Frenglish. She finds a very helpful one and almost salivates as he explains how to select and pay for the washing machine. It is almost too much when he continues to explain how to use the large driers. ...
... road on the footpath, choosing nice food (struggling through with high school French). Then a night walk to the tower and a couple of bridges. Planning a day in the city .. Don't know what lies in store, maybe some baguettes, cheese and tomato in a place somewhere. Ps. Sonja ran Hyde ...
... iconic landmarks in the world. It was gorgeous! We took the Seine River Cruise and had a glass of champagne. It allowed us to see several of the famous and historical sights of Paris in a quick one hour tour. It was very informative and very interesting, but made me want to come back and spend more time their. After the cruise, we decided to have dinner there under the Eiffel Tower at night. Just gorgeous and I sight I won't soon forget. I love ...
... check the menu.....no we did not eat there, but next door, where you didn't need to sell a kidney for some toast! Up to the Arc de Triomphe to have a look up close. They have an eternal flame, which has not been eternal! Twice it has been put out, once by a Brazilian soccer fan who got that ****** that he lost a big bet the day France beat Brazil to win the World Cup, that needed somewhere to pee and guess what......and the other by two ...
... hall. Remember to negotiate the price. First price was 80 Euros to Paris, but we bartered to 60 Euros. A fairer price. Dinner was very forgettable unfortunately. Travel Tip 24 - When choosing a restaurant select one that has at least ten customers. With so many people in Paris there has to be a good reason for the poor patronage. Unfortunately we suffered the consequences of a bad choice, poorly cooked food and arrogant ...