Hotel Le Colisee
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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Car rentals
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Breakfast Available
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- Metro 1.70
- Water (supermarket) 0.60
- Croassan 1.20
- Dinner (steak house) 10.90
- Snickers (automat) 1.20
- Eiffel tower (small) 0.50 – 1
- Hotel 60
- Breakfast (hotel) 7
- Drive me 89
- Eiffel tower (up by elevator) 15
- Eiffel tower (by stairs and elevator) 5 + 6
- Louver 13
- d’Orsay 11 ...
... this point), we made our way down the street to see the gorgeous Louvre just as the sun was setting. Unbelievable architecture. The clouded sky with hints of the sun's final rays provided the perfect backdrop.
From here we found a great French bistro where we had wine (of course), French onion soup (easing our way in), and Bruschetta. The food was delicious, there was a great band playing, and sitting under the red awning out on the ...
... flowers and trees. Well this place is a little different, it's freaken ginormous hahahahahahaha!! Try a few kilometres long and wide! All beautifully manicured too. We strolled down the middle of the gardens towards another part of the Palace - Marie Antoinettes other houses ....it took about 30 mins to walk there (shows you how big it is!) This part wasn't as well kept as the main palace. The que was quite large to get it, and once we did get in...it wasn't ...
... itinerary in France!
So here WE are. We. What a lovely word. And what better start to a romantic vacation than that most romantic of cities: Paris? And what better way to appreciate Paris than to walk it? And walk it we did. From Montmartre to Montparnasse, from Sacre Coeur to St. Germain, from the serene symmetry of Place des Vosges to the boisterous cacophony of La Goutte d'Or, up and down stairs, in and out of passages, ...
... come and gone so fast – life just goes so fast. It definitely has been an experience of a lifetime. We’ve been in 11 countries in the past month and we’ve seen a lot but in the big scheme of things, we’ve seen hardly anything. I’m sure when we’re not so tired we’ll be keen to come back someday again.
We’re leaving on a jet plane.
Denice & Ruby