Campanile Morangis - Orly
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... answer. So we had to go over the hall to the shared bathrooms which was ok. But that was when we started to worry about who might be in the toilet in our room. We went back in and banged on the door a bit louder this time and got an incoherent response, but at least we knew she was alive. Drunk as a skunk on a Monday morning, a girl emerged from the toilet a couple of minutes later and curled up, fully clothed including shoes, onto her bed and passed out. Well since I was wide awake, ...
... tour of Monet's gardens in Givermy. We had a quick dinner and then walked to the Eiffel Tower and jumped on a Seine cruise to check out the City of lights after dark. Really beautiful. And very touristy. I was BLOWN AWAY by the number of young adults in floating nightclubs and along the banks of Seine river on a Wednesday night. Guess every day is a party in Paris! Great day of sightseeing and over 21,000 ...
... The weather was really overcast today. No sign of the sun all day and it felt like around 2-3 degrees all day. By 4pm it was close to zero. I took dozens of pics and kept wondering what it would look like on a sunny day. Stopped for lunch in a small restaurant called Le Frigate. The waiter tried to pretend he did not speak English when his English was perfectly fine. He was quite cute and funny about it it - not rude at all. There was an ...
... just a few clocks from the Moulin Rouge!), checked in, and went looking for food. I found this incredible cafe with an amazing musician playing - seriously, that guy played some of the best covers I've ever heard. I had a amazing food and amazing wine! and now I'm ready for bed! I was going to try and do the catacombs tomorrow, but they're closed on Mondays, so it's going to be the Louvre instead! Such a tough ...
Paris in September!
We landed at Charles de Gaulle Terminal 3 and it didn't take long to get our panniers and Bob had a pretty easy time assembling the bikes. It was nice to know how to get into Paris on the train and Metro.
The front desk staff recommended a wonderful place for dinner which we enjoyed despite the jet lag. Steak Tartare, steak with Roquefort sauce and the specialty of the restaurant; Aligot which is a ...