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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... a cab from there. We waited about 5 mins and one came along with no display, but I hailed it anyway. He said the minimum price was 50 euros but by that stage I was past caring, with blisters on the bottom of my feet and knees fit to break. We jumped in and had gone about 100 yards when the sirens started behind us. The driver pulled over and three big policeman jumped out of their car and started asking the driver questions in French. Next one of them pulled open my door and spoke ...
... a little odd, but then how are you going to watch the beautiful people walking by if you're looking back into the cafe. So being our last afternoon in Paris, we decided to join the people watchers. We laughed as we wondered where else we would think it was exciting to sit two metres away from bumper to bumper city traffic. We ordered our drinks at the table and when the waiter delivered them, he left the docket on the table. A little while later, ...
... was great. The tasting was ran by an Asian French guy, who explained everything about French wine and was very entertaining. We tasted 3 wines, 2 reds and 1 white. After the tasting, we stayed for for another wine, and enjoyed our last afternoon moment in Paris. We got back to our hotel room, where we were able to rest up for an hour, then off to catch up with Adam and Jess for dinner and drinks. It feels very strange to be catching up with them in Paris! ...
... and we couldn't meet our B & B lady until 6 p.m. As she says, "I have a life, too!" So, we took the Metro over to Gare du Nord to store the bags for the afternoon. By the time we got all of that done, it was 3 p.m. (See why I would rather have stayed in Rouen?)
We had some time to explore. We walked all the way over to the Paris Opera House for a ...
... wanted to go up to the summit so of course, we had too. I wasn’t very keen at the time considering the line was 100 meters long. Oh, and it was raining… but I’m glad we did. The elevator stopped at level 2 and the view was great. Level 2 isn’t even half way up though. We caught the elevator to the summit and woah. Just woah. Panoramic views of Paris and just the thought, ‘Hey, I’m at the top of the ...