Comfort Hotel Paris La Fayette
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I strolled down the street all the way to the Halles once again, and then back up before stopping in a little Italian-run pizzeria, called Il Tre where I have eaten several times before. The waiters are all Italian, and the food very authentic. They usually offer Italian wines as well. It was past 1:00 pm when I arrived back at the hotel and this time my room was ready, so I was able to carry my suitcase and carryon up two flights of narrow ...
... br> and the Cathedral which was being restored so we didn't see much of it.
Later, we walked along the banks of the Rhone and were very impressed with the
way they've developed the waterfront - walking and cycle paths, kids play areas
and fitness and sporting areas. We really enjoyed what we saw of Lyon
but one day was not enough to do it justice.
So, that's the end of our Saone cruise. Now for the Rhone!!
... mum and I had bought some really cool clothes. Poor dad and Gaza suffered through us trying on stuff and looking at everything, they did very well!! (This store was amazing, it had such a variety of clothes in there with unique designs. Not something you'd find everyday. It's a Spanish label called Desigual)
So by the time we left the store it was 12.20pm haha...our stomachs were calling us, so we headed to a restaurant next ...
Bonjour! I hit the ground running today, excited to embrace the Paris sunshine (yes, it's sunny AND hot!) and visit as many sites relevant to the French Revolution as possible. Unfortunately many of the sites no longer remain such as the Tuileries Palace. However, I was able to stop off in the Tuileries gardens for an ice cream. First stop was Place de la Bastille. While the Bastille prison was torn down ...
... at first and got very few customers. So what do you do to boost business? Bring in some big name clients - Jean de la Fontaine and Moliere - and voila business was soon booming. The lure of being laid alongside the rich and famous of Paris was too good to miss...hmm. Regardless, it was an eye opening experience. Built on the side of a gentle hill, the view from the top was spectacular. It is fairly higgeldy piggeldy (sic) ...