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- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... us for money as we hiked by with our huge backpacks. I swear, it felt like a million years walking up and down the streets trying to find our hotel. Opening the door to our hotel room felt like a dream. It is seriously a hotel room you picture when you think of staying in Europe. We are on the 6th floor in a quaint little building, we walk outside onto a terrace and open the door from there. Our room as two single beds, and a brand new bathroom that has a patio ...
... la Galette, Degas and his ballerinas. We visit with Van Gogh and have a Doctor Who moment, wondering where the monster is in the church at Auvers-sur-Oie. We wonder why Manet's Déjeuner sur l'Herbe is so casual that the women feel they can attend naked. Toulouse-Lautrec dazzles us with La Goulue and his menagerie of other dancers of the Moulin Rouge.
We stop for a late lunch in the ...
... Like a thermal but much thinner and incredibly warm. A very nice cashmere jumper for Jeff completed the purchase. Coffee was in order so onwards to telescope for a flat white. We know all the best coffee places in Paris!! Lunch discussion followed as it was around lunch time by now and as Georgie still not 100% over the river to the 6th, Saint Germain and a Cosi sandwich. They make their own focaccia bread ...
... aimlessly through the tightly packed booths. Noticing that things were starting to pack up I left Issy to buy something for lunch whilst I went back to the station to meet Ellie-Mae and Eammon. Once it got to 2:15 I gave up on them and met Issy back in the thick of the markets. She had bought 2 sesame bread circles, a dip that reminded us of taramasalata and a little container with olives, feta and peppers. Deciding we could save that for a little later, we also bought some market ...
... was spent walking around St Germain to Saint Michelle, with a spot of shopping en route. Which David throughly enjoyed (not). We found a nice restaurant near the hotel for dinner and sat outside chatting to a lovely French couple and their elderly chocolate Labrador "Elvis" who lived on the street. They were huge fans of New Zealand and wanted to come and visit in the next few years. On the way home I dragged a reluctant David and the girls into a Jazz bar around ...