Comfort Hotel Goussainville
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After a long flight from Hong Kong we finally arrived in Paris at 7.45am on Monday. We settled into our gorgeous apartment on Rue Perignon in the 15th arrondissement and waited for our friends Geoff and Mei to arrive. It was great to see them as they have been away from home for ...
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Sadly love and tours sometimes don't marry, and thus it was with this experience.
Firstly we took a cab back to the Marais district (where we had been walking all the morning). Then we boarded a bus full of tourists, mainly australian. Now don't get me wrong, I mean I am one of them, but when you get on a bus and some guy starts singing "The wheels on the bus go round and round" you know you ...
... But it was already 3pm there was a long lineup, we hadn't thought about the stroller and had not brought his carrier and it closed at 4, so we abandoned that idea. Being right beside a metro station, we decided to ditch the 14e arrondissement and head across town to the 9e. The small musée Moreau intrigued us, so we thought it would make for a good next stop. We got all the way there only to discover it was closed for renovations for the entire length (and more) of ...
... where we were.
Our first train, Munich to Stuttgart, took about 2.5 hours and our second train, Stuttgart to Paris, took about 3.5 hours. On our second train we sat across the aisle from an English family with adorable accents (especially the little girl, soooo cute)! We actually taught them how to do that scoobie braiding thing I used to do in primary school because we saw them attempting to figure out how to do it.
In Paris ...
... I am sure that there will be time to master this new skill another time. Mr Jutten didn't speak English and so I translated between Tony and the doctor. A very strange experience but good practice for my French. Only 23 euros for the visit and a diagnosis of arthrose which translates into English as osteoarthritis. Françoise then drove us to the chemist and three lots of medication and a neck brace later, we were only out of pocket just over forty euros. I explained to ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed