- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
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Entry #1, Sept. 11 A busy two days here in Paris, so much to see and do. A little jet lag Yesterday, but we managed to see the Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triumphe, Champs-Élysées, and finished with a walk along the River Seine to see the City of Lights. Visited the Louvre today to see the Mona Lisa, Venus de Milo and so much more. What a beautiful ...
... it tastes like chicken. After the picnic we got changed out of our wet clothes. (We were encouraged to bring nicer clothes for the cabaret but they came in handy early as a change from our wet clothes). The cabaret was thoroughly enjoyable and definitely money (€56.50) well spent. I'm sure the Moulin Rouge would also be, but it apparently costs €200 per ticket. Unfortunately, the weather didn't make it easy to look for geocaches and I didn't find any in ...
... interest and bought a small oil on linen which the owner is going to send back for me. Think it will be for the Shack. Decided to go back and have a look at Trouville and have a coffee on way back to Paris. There was a brocante happening (French for flea market) and I snapped up a milk jug and sugar bowl the same as my villeroy and boche dinner set. They were 8 euro each but with my renowned bargaining skills got her down to 15 euro for the two! It was ...
... to watch the girls recognize some of the artwork that we have discussed and duplicated in class. We spent just over an hour in the museum and then strolled over to the Tuilerie gardens. We were to meet the group at the Obelisk again so we knew we had some time to sit and people watch, one of my favorite pastimes. Once the group gathered, we started our walk to the Opera Garnier. We took photos, which will be posted at a later date, and continued our walk ...
... good couple of hours in there, myself perusing the history aisles (geek) and Amy making best friends with Natalie Portman's kid. So chilled. We saw the famous padlock bridge which was sweet, and then made our way across the city to check out the infamous Catacombs... Very, very ******* creepy. More than 6 million skeletons are piled up hundreds of feet below the city. What got me is the way the bones are arranged - not just all thrown on top ...