Best Western Le Longchamp
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... are celebrating 20 years of togetherness as well. We had a bus tour of Paris Wednesday morning, with a nice female tour guide, Joelle. Joelle and Jean Philippe keep mentioning how irritating Japanese tourists are and how rude the Chinese tourists are; it's kind of amusing when they start sentences with, "the Chinese, they only ..." Or 'the Japanese, they take so long to decide..." ...
... why there are so many young people living there. Once again, we lived off of sandwiches and rarely ate out, except to buy goodies at Patisseries. Walking along the river at night is an activity many people there are fond of, for good reason. The bridges and major architecture are lit up splendidly, and the sky always makes ...
This morning we had free time until 11am so we were up at breakfast by about 8 then went into Macon to look around. It was raining when we set off but it had stopped after about an hour. I found a pair of boots to buy that will keep my feet dry if we have more wet cold weather. We found a lovely patisserie and bought our days cakes. We're back on board the boat just before 11am. The boat left Macon at 11.30 and ...
... cab came to the hotel right on time and our driver was extremely chatty. We left from Gare Lyon, another one of Paris' large train stations, which was approximately 20 minutes from our hotel. The train station was busy, but our driver was so concerned that we found our train, that he just left his taxi parked at the curb and helped us get inside the train station and locate our train platform. He just ignored all the honking drivers who were stuck behind him. We had ...
... was a fat 'no’. Umbrella in hand, we stretched our legs by venturing up and down the Rhone and Saone through the many suburbs Lyon had to offer. Our duty of course when arriving in the city of French food was to order a menu du jour (3 course meal of the day). Being a Friday night I was adamant to unveil the nightlife: football and cider in an English pub.
Please, Lyon, stop raining! Again it poured so I slept most of ...