Comfort Hotel Goussainville
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... ready for the cabaret show we had booked for. Saturday Terry and I had a lovely walk with Paris Greeter. Our guide met us at the Metro Saint Placide. She was a very lovely lady, retired doctor, who was very proud of her area of Paris. She showed us beautiful architecture and points of interest in the Latin Quarter. She was particularly please to walk us through Bon Marche a most spectacular food store where I'm sure you can buy ...
... this is a number that neither Air France or Etihad themselves could give me. I rang the service desk, they took my details, promised to investigate and call me back. They also gave me two phone numbers for the company which is handling my luggage. Now they never called me back And the numbers they gave me are ringing out, but I feel like I'm getting somewhere. So according to Global nomads, as my luggage has been delayed for more than 12 hours, I can spend $150 a day ...
... windows all the way around. It was very beautiful.
Next door was the Conciergerie, a palace that was turned into a prison for the French Revolution and where Marie-Antoinette was held before she was taken to the guillotine. They had replicas of the cells displayed and depending on how much money you had, the cells ranged from straw and a bucket to a nice bed and table.
We walked around the island and back to Note Dame but the queue ...
Wednesday, May, 14, 2014
Day#29 We got up packed up said goodbye to Jango then we left the cottage at ten. We drove our car back to the rental place and we got on our train bound for Sorento. We got to travel in first class! We spent three hours feeling like kings and relaxing in first class. We got off the train ...
... The National Residence of the Invalids), is a beautiful building with a gold dome at the top that was easy to see from afar. After hanging around that area, we wanted to head to tour Montparnasse to be able to see the sunset atop the city. This building allows you to go to the 56th and 59th floors to find a panoramic view of the city. We chose to go to Montparnasse instead of up the tower because it is 1)cheaper and 2) allowed us to actually see the Eiffel from way ...