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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Room service
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... shop with gorgeous sculpted creations. We had been making our way for a coffee and frappe but with continuous wandering off the beaten path we discovered more and more new sights, experiences and flavours. We whiled away much time in a bookshop where all the books were in French. How delightful it was to find "Madeleine" and have this now as a much-loved purchase from Paris. Bridget found it hard to limit her purchases ...
... looking like a complete idiot, and whilst I don't think I blended in as a local, no one seemed to be laughing at me - so that's genuine progress from my last trip here. We're literally around the corner from the hotel we stayed at last time - so we walked past, and found it under construction - they've even moved on the homeless guy that used to live out the front. Kylie stopped at the Body Shop. They have a flavour / smell / whatever that you can't get ...
... in standing.
Back in Paris, we walked back through the city in the dusk and found some dinner. We were still on the cheap somewhat, and most of the good-looking, well-priced cafes were packed to the brim with locals. We were really tired from the day and we just wanted some food…We eventually found this nice little Italian place which turned out amazing. Exactly what we felt like.
We were going to get the train back from Chatelet ...
... Afterwards we just randomly started walking......we came across another random church. It was pretty impressive...nearly as good as Notre Dame we thought! We kept walking and basically did a big circle in the opposite direction to where we were staying. Saw a few more nice parks and tonnes of locals out shopping on their day off. We decided to head back to the hotel so Gaz could get changed before we went out for dinner at the Eiffel Tower ...
... them loose in a proper car. Oh and I nearly forgot the worst ride in the world, the Orbitron. I hate rides that just go around in circles and this one goes for about 40 seconds and then takes about 3 minutes to reload and the line was massive. We waited 40 minutes for a very lame 40 seconds of not much. Oh well there always has to be one.
We then moved to Fantasyland which is mainly cartoon oriented which Jesse loved. We knew we were on the right rides for him ...