Hotel Chatillon Paris Montparnasse
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- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Chatillon Paris Montparnasse
Great Hotel in a quiet neighbourhood! Close to transit and grocery stores .
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... Cross. That might be why they're having a communism festival. I say might because I actually don't know for sure.
That also might mean that I need to get back to the airport a little earlier as many people may be going on vacation.
I took a walk back via a pretty canal. It even had locks in case boats wanted to use it, although I didn't get to see anybody on the canal, much less using the locks.
That guess about needing extra time for the holiday was true. When ...
... this in the last post?). That's right, the entire park, thousands of people, exit as one unit. And boy do they jam.
Lucky for us, most of them were heading to the buses. The train was actually not too crowded since most were not heading back into Paris we got a seat.
It was a fine day and a nice break. Tomorrow is our official anniversary so when we got back to our hotel we decided to turn in early.
... behaved. Unable to access air bnb at the moment to check our directions for accommodation tonight. Please be wifi in English not French when we get to Gare Du Nord. We may be homeless and wazza won't cope with that. It's absolutely pouring rain outside due to some hurricane passing through. It's amazing looking at the rain on the window going sideways. We are flying (well not really cause we're on a train) past French fields and wazza is occupied with a game on ...
... no one else in the background.To finish things off, we were taken across to a park right by the Eiffel with lovely views of it.We were met by Lyndsey's husband, Justin.He is a private chef in Paris and had prepared for us a wonderful picnic and supplied a rug, picnic basket, and fantastic French champagne and cold drinks.There was far too much food and we ate until our tummies ached!!!Allie had her first taste of champagne, which ...
... of the line and it made my day because I got a Go Gators from all of them! Must have been a study abroad group or something. The people in front of me finally breakdown at about 10:30 and go across the street to get McDonalds. They come back and Blasphemy! Mcdonalds fries in Paris are wedges! Not the thin ones famous back home. I have been strong and haven't eaten mcds while in Europe but I couldn't believe their fries are different. They also have a ton of different sandwiches ...