Hotel Champs-Elysees Friedland
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Champs-Elysees Friedland Paris
Great location, it was very close to the Arch on Champs Elysees. Service was good and staffs were friendly and helpful. The free French breakfast wasn't too bad comparing to the other ones I had around Europe.
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I open my eyes this morning and all I see is a sliver of bright white light streaming in between the curtains. I can't resist wondering what’s there to see – it is after all our last day of this four country, thirty-eight day journey. I draw open a portion of the curtain, open the first set of French doors that are sound proofed and as …
We feel naked. What good is a cell phone without a SIM card? Can we live without google maps to guide us? What if we're curious about something and want to do a google search? How are we going to coordinate with Nicole and her daughter Sophie so that we can arrange our meet-ups? No worries. We’re at the front desk of our hotel when we spot a …
... Eiffel Tower, we decided it would be a good idea to walk to the Musée D'Orsay, which was only two km away. After walking for about 20 minutes, an older gentleman with a fanny pack and a map asked us for directions to the Musée D'Orsay. I wanted to ignore him, because I'm a terrible person and think all strangers are bad. Josh stopped to give him directions, and to tell him that we were actually walking to ...
... took us out to a neat part of the city where she used to live. She showed us an example of how she can slackline on a chain near Canal St. Martin. Slackline is her passion and she is really good at it! We had a couple of Belgian biers and then walked to an amazing Cambodian restaurant her and her dad liked to go to. We walked back to Place de la République, where we said goodbye to Fanny (it was late and she had to work the next ...
... I had joined the French Foreign Legion and been shipped to the Sahara desert. Yesterday evening we went and sat in a park by the Seine river by the Pont Neufchâtel with a lot of other Parisians but it was no cooler. The Parisians were all drinking wine and beer and smoking. I would have passed out had I had anything to drink. Of course the Parisians probably didn't have to walk up the 15 flights of stairs to their apartments.