Clarion Collection Etoile Saint Honore
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... for directions. When I reached quite a wide overpass I was afraid I was actually pulling my trolling out of town but luckily their were three young gendarmes loitering underneath it and I made a beeline for them - Paris was starting to wear me out. Just the name of the street was of no assistance - you can read a lot from french facial gestures, but when I offered them the map - "Ah Oui, c'est la!' the oldest one said and pointed to the street a la gauche (left) then with ...
... Washington and Winston Churchill. We stop for a photo shoot at Les Invalides, Napoleon is buried there in The Kings Chapel. We went for a drive around the Arc De Triumphe and you really have to see it to believe it. 12 roads all met at the roundabout, and it is just a free for all. Cars, bikes and buses all just pour in and try and force their way thru. It is a huge pile up waiting to happen, but Parisians seem to take it in their stride. We wander over the the Louvre for our ...
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Have had a chance to really take a decent look at the Eiffel Tower and she is a piece of sheer beauty, the fact that she's been built with iron and is still standing all this time without any problems, minus the fact that the French ...
... one hour to walk, this is because you need to walk around the canal which is shaped like a cross. The walk from the Palace to the Grand canal is 1km long. Once we arrived there I saw a place where they hired bikes, to give our weary feet a rest we decided to do this and cycled around the canal having alot of fun along the way. It was also a great way to get away from the crowds - something ...
... The exhibit to the history of the Louvre was pretty cool, showing just how the Palace grew from the small foundation that were preserved right down on the bottom floor, right through to the massive palace that was there now. Not being able to read frog caused some trouble in learning the true history, but from paintings and models I managed to gather that over the years, the palace grew out, from the north, consuming and enveloping some of the local town, at one point a canal ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsClarion Collection Etoile Saint Honore Paris
Enjoyed our time here. The free buffet was very good and very filling and breakfast was amazing. About 500m from subway and takes about 10 - 15 minutes to walk so not quite as close as we'd prefer but knew that ahead of time. Really nice spacious room and received a complementary upgrade when we arrived.
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