Hotel Le Colisee
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- Non-smoking rooms
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... nice long exposures and light trails around the Arc. Our 3rd time to Paris, and we STILL haven't climbed to the top of the Arc...maybe next trip. We were getting a little hungry by now - it was about 8pm - and there are lots of restaurants nearby, so we went into one called Casa Luca. The prices were a little expensive and tho we were both hungry, we weren't starving...so we got a carafe of water, some French fries and a ...
... des Glaces. It was spectacular! He mirrors made the room feel enormous. Everything had gold-leaf. The chandeliers were sparkling. You felt like a royal guest as you walked through. We also saw the King’s chamber. As we worked our way through the halls, we could also catch glimpses of the many fountains (which were not on) and a small portion of the vast gardens and that were behind the château. Slowly we ...
... all happened. To quote Rick Steves (Rob loves that guy) women will take 2 hours to do the museum, men 3 hours. It did not have a Madeline specification, lets say, half an hour. The boys and I were enthralled in WWI artifacts when we could not find Madeline. Now at an earlier point in the trip, it had crossed my mind to Sharpie our cell # onto Mads cast, but never got around to it. To our advantage the place wasn't over run with tourists, ...
... Neuf. The Parisian streetscape with many people using the cafes for their morning coffee and croissants and the river teeming with tourist and commercial boats. We must have looked a sight in our shorts and short sleeves compared to most of the Parisians we passed who appeared to be rugged up for a cold day !
first point of call was Saint Chapelle Chapel which, unfortunately had a very long line of visitors waiting for the place to open. We took ...
... travelling at 300 kph. Very quickly through the tunnel, most of the journey was through the French countryside which was rather lovely. Lots of very cute little villages. I tried to teach Stephen some French on the way. We felt very spoilt in our first class seats with breakfast included. Arrived in Paris just before 2pm and then had to find the Metro. It wasn't too hard, especially after I asked a guy in a kiosk. Our train took 3 minutes to come and wasn't ...