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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... sun will never be out. Amanda left around 5pm to head back home. I went with Amy back to the Gare du Nord and then to her hostel. We were a bit hungry, so we got some nachos and a beer. The nachos were the best decision ever. They were so good. We were actually surprised by the serving size. Usually in France, appetizers are pathetically small, but this plate of nachos was wonderful. I have never seen so much sour cream in France at one time. Amy was like we should ...
... Notre Dame, Versailles etc. These were all very impressive and I thought that Versailles was probably a standout. One night we went out to see a traditional French show, Moulin Rouge, in an area that seemed to be 'the Kings Cross of Paris'. The show had some good parts but one interesting thing about the show was that there were many topless girls throughout the performance which was.....'a highlight' :P.
Before we arrived in Paris, Mum and Dad were excited to take advantage ...
... we walked up the hill to the tower and climbed the stairs for a view out over the battlefields all around. It was a very moving moment and one I will not forget in a hurry! We could see the towns of Villers Bretonneaux, Fouilloy and in the distance Amiens!
Nicola, our guide, kept us fully informed on each site we visited, including the huge French - British Memorial at Thiepval, and the Canadian one at ...
... city, lots of graffiti, chain fast food and old run down buildings. However the countryside, The Luberon looks very attractive. Hillside towns which w e will bike and vineyards everywhere.
found our Couvent but had a scare when no one answered the door.....he had popped out for a few minutes.
we are on the 3rd which is really the 4th floor of a renovated convent. Steep stairs but the view is great. He asked if ...
... down to grab breakfast. I greet the café worker, "Bonjour" She smiles and proceeds to say, "Bonjour. ...[no clue what she's saying].... Espresso [ah, I knew that word]....... [still no clue what's she saying, but she's pointing to the coffee machine, so it must be about how to use it?]......" I smile, "Merci Beaucoup!" The breakfast was plentiful. They had an assortment of croissants, pastries, toasts, jams, eggs you can poach, cereal and milk, cheese ...