Citadines Place d'Italie Paris
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
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Simon, Liv and Issy left this early evening so there were last minute shopping and arrangements to be done before we all had tea/coffee and cakes at 12. We then caught a bus to Passy to have a late lunch and see how the other half lives. Got home in time for a last packing panic and their taxi whisked them away. It being ...
... on my bucket list but that's another completely different travel experience. I started from home near Pont Neuf and walked along the Left Bank to the Tour de Eiffel. On the way I got to admire the beautiful Pont Alexandre III bridge which is a feast of shimmery gold. It is truly beautiful and much more than I expected. The tower was glistening wet in the pouring rain and so was I, but as I had wanted to see it again I took the good with the bad. I took ...
... the forms. When they had finished they gave me a printed form with all the details of where to cancel cards, the location of the police station, the phone numbers to ring tomorrow to see if they find my stuff somewhere and recommendations for cancelling other ID. I also noticed they slipped this out of the folder sleeve labelled english. So from here it has been a day at the police station down the road. Wasnt that an experience. She spoke no english and she had ...
... bench shaded by an avenue of trees, with Eiffel looming in the background, to devour our lunch. Then back on the bikes and navigated our way through the streets to Le Bon Marche….where I treated myself to…..the Grand Macaron Framboise! (essentially a HUGE sized macaron – hey, why have an ordinary petite sized one when it’s gone in a moment?). Oh, and also picked up some spaetzle for our favourite home cooked meal tonight ...
... idea was to build a museum that would bridge the gap between
the Louvre and the National Museum of Modern Art at the Georges Pompidou Centre. The plan was accepted by Georges ...