Citadines Place d'Italie Paris
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
- Breakfast Available
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We are in Paris!! Landed around 2:25. I was exhausted and managed 4 more hours sleep on the way here. Mum wasn't quite as lucky. Mum called for the shuttle and we waited about 15, then being thirsty off I trotted to Maccas for some water. Up to the counter to ask for a water only to be redirected to some HUGE touch screens. Mmmm going off the …
... and fries. The waiter laughed at us for being afraid to try some of the other items. For dessert we each had ice cream which was really good! You could tell how fresh it was compared to store-bought ice cream at home.
The next day was our last day in Paris :( We got up fairly early, got packed up, checked out of our room and stored our bags and then went out to Disneyland!! We had found tickets on the UK's website for $70 for both parks ...
... the Seine. 7 of us went for a ride on the batobus - Lee and James, Kate and Laura ( the mother daughter couple), and Patti and Rick from, Green Bay, Wisconsin. 2 of their children live in Chicago. The night temperature was perfect. I brought my coat in case it got cold, but I didn,t really need it as we walked to the river.
Another thing you will see in Paris is tons of Japanese tourists; they are everywhere. There were busloads, ...
... br> Salon de Vénus: buffet tables were arranged to display food and drink for the king's guests.
Salon de Diane: served as a billiard room.
Salon de Mars: served as a ballroom.
Salon de Mercure: served as a gaming (cards) room.
Salon d'Apollon: served as a concert or music room.
Each King added and changed things around a bit, as did thier queens. The queens bedroom was left in the style of Marie Antoinette, who along with Loius ...
Our day to visit the Catacombes of Paris...caught the metro outside our door and took two trains (7&4..thanks to Magge's research) and arrived outside the entrance of the catacombs to find people waiting in a line that encircled the block. It would be a two and a half hour wait we were told by a guard..and the girls were willing to wait! The boredom of a wait was helped by an Asian girl who was behind us: Tammy, from Calgary-visiting a friend in ...