Hotel Chatillon Paris Montparnasse
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- Minbar in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Great Hotel in a quiet neighbourhood! Close to transit and grocery stores .
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... stations are huge, It's a place of moving human mass, lots black faces everywhere, and armed military!! gotta say Chris has conquered the public transport system, we get to hotel on local rail system, . The hotel we booked online is out in the burbs and the area is dirty, dodgy and don't feel very safe at all, hotel has no restaurant either, crazy hey, so we think ...
... Ancient Rome, we saw the Colosseum and the Emperors
box inside the Colosseum. It was cool because it’s old. We got gelato and
gelato is good. We also saw where Julius Cesare got stabbed to death.
In Paris, we went on a boat ride and we saw a bunch of buildings
we are going to tour. We took a picture in front of the Eiffel Tower. We went
to the Arc de Triomphe and walked up a bunch of stairs and took a picture
holding the Eiffel Tower. Then we went shopping ...
... people, those people would still behave like people generally do in a museum or art gallery. But no, it was more like a shopping centre and Christmas time, with people pushing and shoving, calling out and taking photos photos photos! I honestly don't understand why people would go to a museum and then just take pictures of everything and not even look properly at the thing itself!!!! If they just want to look at pictures they can do that online! This was, ...
... if Logan actually looked at the painting or just stood in front of it. Because it was Logan's first trip to the Louvre, we kept it simple and visited your top tier masterpieces: La Gioconda, the Venus de Milo, and a couple of Michelangelo's statues.
On our way to lunch, we stopped and signed our names on the lock bridge (now we are guaranteed to return!). We went for a nice lunch and chilled in the hotel before heading out ...
... who then throw the keys to the locks into the Seine to seal their love forever. We successfully placed our lock (a gift from Mike and Lou's friends Marcel and Sharon) and though we did drop and lose one of the keys in the process we did at least manage to toss the other in the river, so our love should be sufficiently declared... Next we crossed the street to Shakespeare & Company, beloved bookstore of 20s expat-writers Hemingway, Fitzgerald, Joyce, and Stein. ...