Citadines Republique Paris
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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Rooms and service good, need to cool things down a bit though
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26/9/13 We have mastered the Metro!! Got to the opera house to begin our day of touring on the double decker bus one thing I am sure of driving in Paris needs script for Valium... We saw the Palais, de Arche, and other key landmarks We went exploring in small side streets which we loved and also found a gift for a certain sisters 40th! Tayla also …
24 th Sept Good flight from Rome to Paris but 5 am get up kills We are staying at Citadines et Republique got a 2 bedroom unit so Tayla happy to have a bit of space! Used the Metro OMG we had no idea where we were or where to go, but we can say we got to know the metro well Our driver picked us up at 550pm for our cruise and dinner at Eiffel Tower …
... a nice decent meal at a bar with friendly bar man and some grog. He mentioned an aussie couple who were here the other week travelling to Amsterdam etc. I stupidly wonder if it was aunty Sherral and uncle peter. Laying in bed with the balcony door open listening to the sounds of Paris. So tired again but no time to sleep. There's a full moon but that's not outside my window sadly. I asked wazza to move it but he won't. Mongrel! Wait I take that back. Check the ...
... we had no idea on how to get to our hotel. We ended up just taking a taxi, which was ridiculously expensive (theme of the weekend). But I tried to use my one level of Rosetta Stone French to talk to the cab driver. I told him three legit phrases: 1) The address of our hotel. 2) He has a nice car. 3) I like cheese. An idea of some other things I probably said very wrongly were "We studies in Spain," "I have 3 days in Paris" and "I no know French." He laughed at my attempts, ...
... musuem. This is another secondary site that I was glad to see. France's favourite dictator rests within several layers of marble, metal, wood and stone and under a majestic sky scratching dome. It would be cool to leave such a legacy that people want to build a temple around you when you kick off. Not a lot to see here, but it needs to be seen to appreciate how much the French loved this guy. The associated war museum had a good collection items to see like uniforms, ...