Hotel Chaplain Rive Gauche
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- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
- Room service
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... service impeccable, and we savored every mouthful, including a sampler of desserts served with a shot of espresso.
Today's plan was to visit Cimetiere Picpus, the only remaining private cemetery in Paris, and one with a gruesome history dating back to the French Revolution. It has been on our Paris "to do" list for several years, and today would've been the day, except for the revolting fact that a pickpocket made off with Dee's wallet while we were riding a ...
... here go there..When I was about to really panic, a cab came by to drop a passenger at a nearby hotel. So I took the cab and told him my hotel name. Well, within 2 min of getting inside the cab I figured out where I was! The hotel was literally 10 min walking distance from the nearest metro station!
Anyways what an adventurous day it was ! First time in my life, spent in an unknown city, getting lost and almost panic stricken at midnight! Unforgettable ...
... I have to say is thank goodness for google maps that tell me what metro to take.
It only took me 15 minutes to meet Alice and it was soo sad because I had to say goodbye because that was the last time I was going to see her in Paris! And it was funny because she kept saying that it was weird seeing me in France. Afterwards, we split ways and I rushed back to the hotel because the girls were waiting for me to go to dinner. When ...
... you could sit and admire for as long as you wanted. Couldn’t settle on a favourite, but bought postcards of two that I really liked – and plan to put these up on my pinboard next to my desk at work, to remind me of paradise in Paris….sigh.
Getting late in the afternoon by now, so slowly made our way back to the apartment via multiple trains again. Still not loving the 7 flights of stairs after a long day out and about – but happy ...
... a cup of tea. I also made up a little sign saying "Free UK USB charger" and put it on the reception desk with the charger Jess bought me, since I would no longer have access to any UK power. Since Paris has so many things and is so big, I decided that I wouldn't even try to visit everything - or even anything specific - I'd just do a free walking tour and see what happened. The ride to the tour start point was hectic. While the traffic wasn't as heavy as it was in Barcelona, the ...