BEST WESTERN Villa Des Artistes
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... du chocolat for all and fresh squeezed orange juice for me. It was delicious!
The metro was necessary to get to our greeter appointment so we learned how to buy tickets and navigate and it was very simple. I bought a book of 10 tickets, except I don't know why they call it a book when the machine just shot out 10 tiny tickets that weren't connected. Also, the ticket machines do not take cash so you either need coins or ...
... Triomphe, which was beautiful and fascinating to read about. We saw the tomb of the unknown solider which lies beneath the eternal flame. Watching the cars negotiate the roundabout was also quite interesting! We then walked down the Champs-Élysées and did some window shopping before stopping in Ladurée for coffee and some sweet treats (yesterday we went to the tea room closer to our hotel, today we went to the bar as there was a bit of a ...
... for himself which was a bit excessive because he hasn't eaten either yet! I bought one - a most divine chocolate eclair & ate half so have some for tomorrow. Geoff slept a little better last night & didn't hear the plant watering at all - he was quite jealous when I said I'd heard it early this morning! It' s amazing what you focus on when you are away. It is our last day in Paris tomorrow so we will have to make major decisions about what we do. As ...
climb it is possible to view its most famous bell and its gargoyles in
close quarters, as well as having a spectacular view across Paris when
reaching the top. The design of St. Peter's Anglican Cathedral in
... the gardens we hired a golf buggy. Even though you had to be over 24…..no one checked Phil's drivers license! Win!! After riding around the gardens we grabbed an ice cream before bumping into some Canadians we had met in Edinburgh! Such a small world even in the big continent of Europe!! The drive back to the hostel was one thing I will never forget. For one part we drove past the Arc de Triumph which was like a dream, but also driving on the ...