Comfort Hotel Davout Nation
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- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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It was raining quite hard when we woke. We had arranged to meet Emilie, the sister of Audrey who I woke with, and she was going to show us around Versailles. Knowing it takes a while to work out transportation in a new city and this trip involved the metro plus the suburban line, we had arranged to met her at one of the Versailles train stations at 10.30. After thinking we were on the wrong train (too late!) But then discovering it was the right one after all, we arrived on ...
... who fought for France (especially those who fought during the Napoleonic Wars. It was a French holiday, so some french soldiers were performing a ceremony under the arch which was cool to watch. This monument is in the middle of a giant roundabout. We're talking like a 9 lane roundabout. It's insanely scary. I got a lot of anxiety just from watching people drive (cars, trucks, scooters and even bikes!) make their way through this scary driving contraption. You're able to go through ...
After breakfast we all walked to rue Montorgueil which is a permanent pedestrian/market street, Liv and Simon were looking for goodies to take back to Jakarta, I was looking for seafood for a mussel, clam and codfish chioppino, but being Monday, they were all closed so our plans changed to show them rue Bretagne which is a lovely produce street and where the Enfant Rouge Marché is. We ...
... space we were there we saw a gentle nose to tail and more close calls than all of the James Bond movies put together. We decided to walk one of the side streets off the Arc de Triumph down towards the Effiel Tower. This would put us out at the national Theatre looking directly at it across the river. We could tell we walked into a fairly affluent area judgement by the shops, cars and dress. We had been walking for about two hours so at this point we stopped for an afternoon wine at ...
... Boulanger, to purchase jambon and baguette. The market was buzzing with activity and obviously extremely popular with locals, with some stalls having 15 or more people in line to be served. I also purchased a couple of extra unplanned items which I spied – onion confit spread, and Salmon rillette (a course spread/dip). The baguette looked really good and was tempted to try it there and then, especially when Sam told me it was still warm!!
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