Hotel Chaplain Rive Gauche
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... pooped on the moment I stepped off the train and into the city...I lucked out this time suckazzz. I can't wait to see the Eiffel Tower again and appreciate escargot this time instead of gagging on it. Yeah, I am sooo much more sophisticated now than I was when I was twelve. And since I am now super sophisticated, I think I'll go to Disneyland Paris! Gahh I'm actually really, really excited! I always feel like I miss out on so many opportunities to go to ...
... day at Versailles. We went on a train to the city of Versailles and then got on bikes and did a 10 mile bike all around the gardens. Spectacular is an understatement. It was strenuous but a lot of fun. See canal that took 15000 men to dig. We learned that it took $ 2 billion today dollars to build the chateau . Meanwhile the peasants around the king ...
We spent most of today at a lovely, huge park called Bois De Boulogne in the west side of Paris.
We rented bikes at the entrance to the park - no tandem bikes here. Jack was riding solo, and loved it.
We did a good job getting lost for the first hour or so, and then figured out the map and made it to the lake and lunch spot we were looking for. This park has 25km of bike paths through forest, fields and lovely creeks and lakes. I highly recommend it as ...
... Sulpice church, it was close to 7 PM.
We walked back to the hotel and agreed to meet at 8 pm in the lobby. This was my last night in Paris, and I wanted my dinner to be outside in a busy street with nightlife.
We walked to rue de Bucci where there are lots of restaurants with sidewalk tables. At the corner intersection a band was playing jazz and an old lady was dancing by herself, it was interesting to watch. We had to find ...
... it was going to newzealand it appeared she had never heard of our country so i thought i did not understand her question. then I went back to the hostel, I discovered I didnt have as much stuff as I thought so of to town for tacky souvenir shopping, so I got to see the eiffle tower up close, there really is sonething captivating about the iron lady when you see it up close for the first time. so I explored this area did some shopping and then spent a ...