Hotel Cecilia Arc De Triomphe
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
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... went to a lovely house party where we were treated to salmon,duck,cheese, and champagne. The best thing about all these celebrations was that I was not alone and could really enjoy the holiday celebrations so far from Australia. After the Christmas period I was off to visit the amazing city. I won't bore you with how beautiful Paris is - you all know it and have seen the pictures. I explored the city by foot and walked the streets under the beautiful ...
... Picasso, Piaf, Sartre, all former patrons. I went alone, to live in the present."
I seem to hear this a lot lately, this notion of "living in the present." I get the idea . . . I think. Basically, all Tolled, Ekhart, who used to be Ulrich, teaches that your truly happy guy doesn't say "**** happens"; he omits "****" as the subject in the sentence (because that is a judgment probably born ...
... Eiffel Tower is very large and actually very beautiful. And crowded with lots of tourists milling about which is to be expected. I sat down on one of the many benches under the tower and hung out, drank some water waited until my reservation time. If you don't have a reservation and wait until you get to the Tower to get your tickets you will have a very long wait. So get your tickets if you are going to Paris soon.
... de Mars still had the rings she'd admired. So we took the metro at Passy to La Motte-Picquet, where we transferred to reach the Ecole Militaire stop.
Today being Father's Day, most of the cafe terraces on rue Cler were filled by the time we arrived. We walked to the jewelry store, owned by a very friendly, young Tibetan woman who speaks perfect English. She helped Dee find two rings while they chatted for several minutes. From there, we ...
... Had a great meal with Jess and Toby for our last night together. Jess tried snails and liked them and our lovely French waitress was very obliging and gave the shells to Jess as a souvenign! It was sad saying Au Revoir to them as they left for Italy the next day.
One of the highlights of France, apart from seeing Jess and Toby was our trip to Normandy on the west coast to see the beaches where the D Day landing of US troops and allies ...