Hotel Chaplain Rive Gauche
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- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... Amazing food, amazing shopping and amazing art. The only unfortunate part was the people. I didn't want to believe the stereotype that French people hate Americans but after spending a few days there, I have to agree. No matter how hard we tried to speak French or how culturally diverse we tried to be, we were bombarded by terrible service and overall rude people. That couldn't keep us down though. We explored the city as much as we possibly could every ...
We woke up on the plane to a small breakfast and the excitement of landing in Paris! We went through immigration without any problems. Then we trotted through the airport to get our luggage. We found out we were missing a bag. Our birthday girl, Skylar, did not get her bag. For some reason it was still in Atlanta. We filed a claim and were on our way. Skykar was a good sport about the whole thing! We met up with the other delegations and boarded our ...
... energy enough to walk around and take shots. Crowds weren't as bad as expected. However neither of us was ķeen to scale its height and time is getting away, so we happened upon a metro station and we were home in about 10 minutes. Just love the Paris Metro. A big day tomorrow as we are on our way to Amsterdam where the hash and tulips grow.
Apparently we will have a couple of hours in Brussels on the way. Sounds like a plan.
... 1874. The entry to the catacombs is in a pavilion of the former Barrière d'Enfer city gate. As I descend a narrow spiral stairwell to 65 feet below street level, there's nothing but darkness and silence only broken by the gurgling of a hidden aqueduct channeling local springs away from the area, and after passing through a long (about 1.5 km) and twisting hallway of mortared stone. Soon after, I find myself before a stone portal, the ossuary entry, with ...
... we have been eating. The process here is pretty straight forward. However, this store is the **********e to figure out as far as open hours go. Few of these "independents" post their store hours and like most everyone else, adhere to a mid day shut down. The independent store owners have been gracious and understanding, and they let us practice our French - and we think we'll miss them. Later that afternoon, Mark, Melise and the girls arrived. Unloading and getting rid of ...