Hotel Cecilia Arc De Triomphe
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Multilingual staff
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... places he frequents and give us advice on restaurants etc. He then call a cab and moves into his mother's house. The apartment is excellent with a great view of the Eiffel Tower from the bed rooms.
We relax for a bit with bread and cheese and fruit; that we bought on the tour. WE decide not to drink the wine that Fredrick left us tonight. Melody suggests going to the crepe place for supper. Ann and Dave have ...
... out on display to see. We knew montmarte like the back of our hand now, and took the time to follow backstreets past cool old bars that Parisian's of the 1930's would have been proud to drink at. Its truly and amazing part of the city. One more day left…. We are honestly all sight see'd out, well the big sights anyway. There's only so many museums, castles and churches one can see in a year before they start to blur into one. Instead today we headed ...
... famous restaurant's in Paris Le Stella, I looked at him with a shocked looked on my face he just smiled at me, grabbed my hand and took me inside. we walked up to the counter he said to the waiter "a reservation for Andre" I finally knew his name Andre it suited him, "right this way sir" the waiter took us to our seat and took our orders. For the whole dinner all we did was talk, there was no ...
... made our way to our next stop. The Iconic Eiffel tower didn’t have its own metro stop so we had to walk a little to get to it. We arrived to find that two of the stations to get up were closed so the two remaining entrances were crowded beyond hope. We admired the underside of the tower as we walked to the back of the line and waited. After waiting in the line for half an hour we had only moved about two meters forward. Simple Maths told us that at this rate it would ...
... few garbage cans ('rubbish' cans) on the streets of London. This was also the case in Paris. Which is strange to me since they both take pride in keeping their streets clean. In London I see about four to five guys a day sweeping the leaves and rubbish off the streets and pavements (sidewalks) by hand. In Paris there was a man walking next to a water truck and was power washing the pavements. But yet I can't find a place to throw away my apple core or ...