Hotel Croix De Malte
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... in Paris, the second I got some food in my stomach I started to get very sleepy. We each had an entree (starter) and main course, but had to beg off dessert as we were beat and ready to be back at the apartment. When we got back, Jeremy opened a Hoegarden Rosť (a rosť-style beer) that he had bought at the store for dessert, which we enjoyed along with a few more macarons that were left. It was a wonderful sensation falling into a bed in a cool room after so much walking during the warm ...
... of the terminal was airconditioned made it worse. I ended up having to get changed into one of my summer dresses because the heat was unbearable. It was also very hazy and the people weren't the friendliest. One of the cashiers at Marry Brown's scolded me for not realising that you had to add tax to the prices displayed on the board. That was the least of my concerns though.
After a 3 hour layover, I went to book in for my flight to Singapore, only to be told that ...
Sunday and Monday we spent sightseeing in the city. The Museum D'Orsay was the main attraction on Sunday with peaks at the original paintings/sculptures of Renoir, Monet, Degas, etc. The line to get into the museum was pretty good, but there were quite a few people to "battle" with to see the great masters. I (Syd) was also very conscious of the constant public announcements regarding active "pickpockets" within the museum, leading me to go through ...
... ever choose to drive in Paris. Apparently it was extra bad due to a strike that day and you could even see the Parisians throwing up their hands in horror. I am sure at times there were five lanes of cars where only two would normally fit and was amazed at how our driver wove in and out of the lanes managing not to hit anything.
Finally arrived at our apartment, but where was it. There was a number of restaurants, a blue door and then ...
... not to queue - that is the question!
Purchasing our necessary bottles of wine and some stinky cheese (yum!) we are back in the flat chilling out for a big day in Versailles tomorrow. I'm really enjoying our wine choices - all white at this stage - Burgundy, Maison Villages, Sancere, Macon. Much more impressive than I remember.
At 9.40pm its a light as just after 5pm currently at home, mum is asleep and I am tapping away.....
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility