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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... to sleep but we arrived got through immigration, experienced the relief of seeing our bags on the carousel, through the empty customs and on to the metro. You would think that having been in the Air Force for such a long time Jon would have a good sense of direction and I have made that assumption and relied on him to find the way and read maps properly. So once again when we got off the metro at Wagram we looked at the map and ...
... When I got to the apartment, there was nobody to check me in. There were a few guests that were waiting for sheets and had been told to continue waiting by the check-in guy who had left a half hour before to go get sheets. I was in a rush to get to the Louvre, but decided that it would be ok to get my phone a little charge while waiting. After a half hour, I had battery to get on their wifi and call them, but I got a recording that wouldn't let you leave a message. It ...
... round stage. Hard to explain but it was absolutely amazing. The show alone went for a good 2 and a half hours. Well worth the money. No photos of the show unfortunately though as not allowed. And the best bit was, at the end, we just walked back over the road to our apartment. You'd think that, being in that location, our apartment would be noisy, but double glazing is amazing. Shut the glass doors and you block out all the outside noise. I want some for ...
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... and headed up to 58 Tour Eiffel for our snazzy dinner on the first tier up. Man it was hard to step on those glass sections of the floor and look down! We got champagne and three courses. See the pictures for visual. We both had the lobster bisque with mini ravioli. Aidan had cod on celery root and I had the sea bream with peas. Then we finally got to have fromage! We've eaten so many desserts we both decided on the cheese course. We ...