Classics Hotel Bastille
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We arrived in Paris's Orly airport terminal, in the afternoon. We took a train to the middle of the city and got onto another train, that eventually got us to the hotel. We checked into the Classics Hotel in Bastille. It was a small but delightful hotel. As it was lunchtime, we went to a nearby cafe that served food. My husband ordered, grilled …
... is still around. could be because it's on a very high hilltop!
We drove past the first house of Claude Monet where he lived with first wife - Camille and then his mistress as well.
Then we were on to Versailles (on a highway you can go at 130km/hr ,for all you rev heads).
Again we were given the history of the place prior to arriving. The king (Lois XIII) loved war and hunting deer but there wasn't any in the forest near to Paris. So he built a ...
... Sydney. Our walking tour took us to some interesting spots like the other two city windmills where some famous paintings were done by some famous artists who's name I can't remember at 12:43am but when I do I shall tell you. We walked and we walked and he talked and he talked until all of a sudden we were at the top of the highest point in Paris and outside the Sacre-Couer church which is an amazing structure with two horse statues out the ...
... br> Dropped again.
Up and down up and down! SO fast and the weightlessness was very evident. Incredible! And at each stop the doors in front of us (elevator doors) opened out and looked over the park of Walt Disney studios, was actually an awesome ride.
We loved it! It was so fast paced and you actually come out of the seat into the belt due to the fast drop! LOVED IT.
I saw that the Winnie the Pooh meet and greet was happening at 1 in the ...
... and the traffic that we never had to drive in due to my husband's wise planning), I loved everything else about the city.
After the traditional carb fest breakfast at our hotel (our dog's clone was once again manning the front desk with her human), we were off. Our guidebook suggested the Louvre would be less crowded after lunch, so we decided to spend the morning following a historic Paris walk suggested in the book, which began at ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed