Pavillon Bercy Gare de Lyon
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... de triumph is an amazing monument. The detail in the stonework was amazing and it was the perfect time to relax on the bench seats that run around it. Mal took some great photos today, so I hope you like them.
We took the train back to the hotel and were amazed at how easy it was. We will be catching it again tomorrow now that we know what we are doing. Dinner was Italian tonight and it was beautiful! It doesn’t get dark until about ...
... is only closed 2 days out of the year and May 1st happens to be one of them. So therefore we decided to have a late morning start and take the subway to the Eiffel Tower. Our actual tour which begins on May 3rd actually takes us to the Eiffel Tower, so we decided to just look at the grounds from the outside. It's huge and we discovered that it was built in 1889 for the Universal Exhibition. We then walked to the Arch ...
Exhausted, but no worse for wear! Travels to Paris were uneventful, which is always a good thing when traveling! My friends from Quiksilver days, Chantal and Xavier, picked us up when we arrived to CDG this afternoon and mom and I got to spend some quality time over lunch with Chantal. It was a short visit, but so glad mom got to meet her, she's an absolute joy! We've settled in a bit and got in a nice walk through Le Marais, along ...
... entertainment and plenty of places to stop for a glass of mulled wine, hot coffee /hot chocolate etc The nearby mega mall Les 4 Temps, or the "Quatre Temps" also beckons..when constructed it was the largest shopping centre in Europe.. Over 250 stores/ boutiques under one roof with a mega food / ...
... little distressed I sent a message to Qantas before we headed out with our parcel of leftover prosciutto in hand, determined to get some food that would make me feel better. We brought some chocolate croissants and a little baguette, which came on the train with us to the stop near the Notre Dame. We walked to the park next to the book store and ate our food, making me feel a little better about the day. Afterwards we walked into the book store, ...