Comfort Hotel Saint Pierre
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- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... enjoy a stretch of the very stiff legs with a walk along the beach-side boardwalk around the point to the pier, and then stroll through the markets on the way back. We couldn’t resist the fruit and amazing macaroons, and I smelled about 50 different teas before selecting one to bring back from Ross. In the afternoon we’d elected to go on an optional excursion to the medieval hilltop town of St ...
... sandwiches and we couldn't resist buying one.
We headed back to the house and ate our food on the patio in the sun. We debated going out on the town, but decided relaxing was a much better idea since we start or train adventures tomorrow. I didn't really plan any down time for or trip.
I convinced Nick to pay monopoly with me and we spent the rest of the afternoon paying the game and listening to ...
... day, and rightfully so we started it wish pastries. Thibaut and Eva recommended a pastry shop just up the street from their flat that is among the best pastry shops in Paris. They were right, oh my - it was delicious! We got two full bags of treats, some we left for them, and some that Conor and I ate. We had tossed around the idea of taking a train out of town to visit the Palace of Versailles or Monet's Gardens's but decided we wanted another relaxed day. After eating our ...
... day I went on a walking tour for about 3.5 hours which took gave me an idea of where things were in Paris. We saw, from the outside, the Notre Dame, the Musee D'Orsay and the Lourve, walked across the bridge with all the locks (which will be taken down soon because the bridge is starting to fall apart with the weight of all the locks and walked through the Gardens of Tuileries. It was a very interesting day although exhausting and cold!!
The next day I went back to ...
We headed to our new hotel the Villa Pantheon in the city, which was superb. Nat was extremely surprised to find I had booked two rooms (as I had told her we only had a single room for our anniversary to share with the kids), and we were glad to leave our bags and be free to wander Paris.
We headed to the Eiffel tower and found another mass of crowds. Waiting for over an hour before being able to take ...