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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
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... place to check out. Definitely different.
On our third day in Paris, It was the last day of Matt's conference. I decided while he was finishing up, I would head out and spend the day in the Tuileries Garden . After lunch, I got some gelato and went to read by one of the fountains. Unfortunately while I was reading, my phone was stolen. I was upset about my phone being gone, as well as all my pictures on it. Luckily I still ...
... her purchases to three books; hardcovers are going to go down well in the luggage. Macarons have been steadily eaten by Bridget across the week and despite a few more flavours cherished today, blueberry tops the list. We passed time over at the right bank shops on Rue de Rivoli and, of course, found a few fresh items of clothes, which we will enjoy wearing in the predicted warmer weather of Barcelona. I can't wait to ...
... It is absolutely huge, both inside and out. We decided not to do the climb, as the queues were so long, with a wait of a couple of hours.
Just outside the church (other than the Gypsy beggars), is a spot which is point Zero for Paris. i.e. any distance to Paris is measured to here.
Onto the bus again, and up to the Eiffel Tower stop. Used our Pass, and onto a river ...
... suppose, that our guides are also residents, and we are traipsing over their homeland. While we assume that local folks realize how excited we are to see their lovely country, perhaps they see us differently. It is so important to remember our "s'il vous plait's" and "merci's!"
We fly through Paris and its popular tourist attractions, hitting all the highlights and getting the lay of the land. Paris is a fairly compact city and most of the images ...
... and many types of craft were sailed on it. In 1674, the Republic of Venice sent the King two gondolas and four gondoliers who lodged in a suite of buildings at the head of the Canal. Since then known as Little Venice. In the summer, the King’s miniature fleet sailed along it, while skates and sleighs whizzed over the frozen water of the Grand Canal in winter. This is where we stopped to have a picnic, which we had brought early from a ...