Sky Hôtel Emerainville
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... in French and say "Chaaarles Diiiii Gaulllll"!!! We were like "yeah, yeah, thats the place we want to go" and she would furiously say something in french again :) Finally we gave up in frustration, just walked around hoping to run into someone more useful. After a long day we just wanted a break! Luckily we did meet a nice man who led us to the ticketing office and it was an uneventful ride back in the TGV and on the cab from the airport back to our hotel.
Our hotel ...
While I stayed at the hotel taking final pictures, Lyric & most of the others took a final morning hike around the lake to Iseltvelt where they joined my ferry to Interlaken. Then the group dispersed to various cities. It was sad to say goodbye to fellow adventurers and to the wonderful leaders! Lyric and I made our tight train connections successfully and arrived in Paris late afternoon. ...
... in Montparnasse, where many of the great music-hall theatres, in particular the famous "Bobino", were once open for business. We traveled via the metro from Trocadero to the Edgar Quinet station, which lies in the shadow of the infamous Tour Montparnasse, an ugly 59-story-tower that assaults you as you climb the stairs from the underground metro to reach street level. Dating back to the 1970's, it was ridiculed as an ...
Finally, a good night's sleep AND an alarm that lets us sleep in, so Mario and I are ready, batteries recharged, for the day ahead. This morning's goal is to visit the Orangerie, Impressionism museum which holds Monet's great Waterlilies rooms, then we are meeting up with family at the Café Trocadéro, facing the Eiffel Tower. What we do in between is totally up in the air - for now...
Back to the Champs Élysées to ...
... The Champs-Elysees. We strolled up the hill looking at all the exclusive shops as we went. Getting closer to the Arc the style of sidewalk cafe changed from simple cotton tablecloths to linen ones with expensive looking glassware and cutlery. The dress sense of the staff also changed.
When we got to the top of The Champs-Élysées, we were met by the imposing Arc de Triomphe. Our ...