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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It rained today in Paris, but nonetheless, I briefly explored two areas that I haven't been to before.
I got off at Opera station, exiting right in front of the Opera de Paris, founded in 1669, now known as the Academie National de Musique. The Opera district is one of the busiest ones in Paris; business people rush about in all directions, and the traffic flows nonstop every road. Popular and brand name stores, ...
... to knock it down but builder added an antenna so it was the tallest man-made structure In the world at the time, and antenna was used to broadcast first French radio station. After the tour, we got a banana-nutella crepe (I couldn't come to France and not have a crepe!!) and then headed back. We packed up, got dinner near the train station, and waited for our train platform number to come up. As we waited, several people played on the piano sitting under the ...
... this is starting to get a little boring but once again we got lost on our way. We'd over shot one street without seeing the name and that put us out. Mind you, when we back tracked, we saw a sign pointing to the gardens but it wasn't pointing down a street. Oh those funny French and the games they play with tourists.
We got so hungry while on safari, that we sat on a little fence on the side of a street and ate our lunch. Now we had to ...
... started in 1211.
After arriving at the airport in Paris we returned our car and took a bus that goes directly to the centre of Paris. We had intended to take the metro from there, as per the directions we had received from the hotel, but after walking for a while and not seeing the metro station right away, we decided to just take a taxi. By the time we got to our hotel room it was 11:30 and the end of another tiring ...
I went downstairs for breakfast at 9:45 AM; we were meeting there at 10 AM but Alice wasn't there, I waited until 10:30 in the lobby thinking that she has already left without me; her cell phone was turned off. Suddenly it occurred to me that she may still be sleeping due to a jet lag and I asked the man at the front desk to ring her room. I guessed correctly indeed; she was asleep but got ready in a half an hour, so we left at 11.