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- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... could convince Louise to use her wheelchair - but she fancies a walk this morning. We shall see how long that lasts!
And then we are there. You fight with the traffic that heads through the arches on both sides of the Louvre and you see the glass pyramids and know you have arrived. Now how you get in is another story. We walk about a bit, ask a few people about wheelchair access, avoid the long lines and finally find a wheelchair symbol and we ...
We went to the Louvre first thing in the morning. It was the perfect time to be there, as we got right in, and we're able to move easily around the place. Even the Mona Lisa had only a few people around it. Afterwards a few of us hopped on the Metro ...
Today we ventured out to let the girls loose at the shops but not before Matt and I bought a breakfast of Croissants, Pane Chocolate and Pane Raison. We went to the local boulangerie and, after a hilarious exchange of broken French, lots of pointing and laughter from the very patient shop assistant, we came back feeling triumphant. As you would expect, pastries in Paris are delicious.
Before any shopping trip must come a great coffee so Nic located a coffee shop ...
... café bar, sitting with a good glass of wine at a streetside table and watching the Latin Quarter crowd is a great way to people watch and rest your feet at the same time.
Heading to our apartment with a brief stop at the Notre Dame plaza for some street performances we went directly to the Auberge de la Reine Blanche restaurant, located next door to our previous ...
Our hosts, Rene and Martin are waiting for us. They speak broken English and are just about the most adorable French couple you could imagine. Thank God JP can get by with his French. It was just enough to allow us to laugh and share together for about an hour, as they gave us a tour of their perfectly charming houseboat equipped with everything we could possibly need.
After napping for a few hours (we were ...