BEST WESTERN Plaza Elysees
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
- Non-smoking hotel
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... for a full dinner before the show, so I ordered and iced tea and the most expensive dessert I have ever eaten. Needless to say, it was delicious. I walked up to the opera house 20 minutes before the show started. However, when I got there, they told me that the ballet was at the opera house that night, and that the opera was at another opera house! I didn’t realize that there were two different buildings because the tickets were ...
We're in Paris! A long and cramped flight, un-notable except for Ben's ear infection and hives, and my nose bleed (!) brought us the 6422km from Toronto to Charles de Gaulle airport. We were exhausted but excited to deplane on the tarmac (a new thing for the boys) and shuttle over to customs. Paris in the spring smells beautifully flowery - I noted this several times today. We got through the airport, found our train, and Ben promptly fell asleep. When we had ...
... friends and visiting some super places, we will definitely be returning next year. We were very excited for our next adventure, staying in Madrid then flying to Paris for 3 nights and 2 full days to explore and revisit the attractions. After having a coffee and tapas in Murcia train station it was time to board, what a comfortable train, lots of leg room, very comfy seats and very quiet. We had a 4 hour journey ahead, after watching a film on the IPad, reading and ...
... of the Louvre. The pyramid was lit from the inside and the entire Louvre building was floodlit. I get the feeling that no matter how many times you see it, it will still take your breath away each time. I was just as enchanted by it as I was the first time. I was just sad that we didn’t have more time to get off the train and go inside the museum and see all the amazing things inside.
By the time we crossed into Ile de la Cite, we were ready to get off the ...
... downstairs in 10 minutes. We were dropped off at the Cityrama office right next door to the Hotel Regina across from the Louvre. This is the hotel we stayed at on our first visit to Paris. We left town at 7 AM heading to the beaches of Normandy. After about 3 hours we stopped at the D-Day museum. It proved to be very interesting but information overload! We didn't realize until too late that ...