Hotel Chatillon Paris Montparnasse
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Just got back from the City of Lights after a 12 year hiatus.Good to see some of best things in life don't change.....they still have happy hour!!!
The first day was wet and cold (are we still in Vancouver!!??) and we spent the better part of an hour searching for our hotel,which was fun (NOT!)
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... for USA amongst a bar full of young French and German soccer fans. They were very nice and a great time was had by all. Lots of beer, lots of wine and lots of clapping and cheering! After the game we were all hungry for dinner. My theory is to find the best food, ask a local. So, we struck up a conversation with a group of young people and asked them where they would eat if they were having dinner. They led us to an Asian ...
... but the trip was still very scenic.
After three and half hours we got to Zurich and waited for our connecting train to Paris. While we waited we ate our lunch which we brought with us from Zurich. Just nice and easy buns and a banana. We had nearly 2 hours to kill as we thought it would be hard to find our platform. It was two down from where we arrived so fairly easy. We had a walk around and bought coffee and cake with our remaining francs. Made it onto our train and to ...
... made on the Eiffel Tower honor French liberty. How appropriate when my maiden name, La Liberte, means "liberty" in French :) For dinner we chose Cafe Trocadero where our outdoor seating graced us with a view of the Eiffel Tower. We patiently waited for nightfall and the twinkling to begin. We enjoyed red wine, French cuisine, Creme Brûlée, and sipped on coffee. Our tired feet shuffled to the nearest Metro station and we headed back to the hotel! Bon soir!! ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Chatillon Paris Montparnasse
Great Hotel in a quiet neighbourhood! Close to transit and grocery stores .
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