Hotel Daunou Opera
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... best greek food that I've ever had (s/o to Steakhouse 10 in Englewood), but we were both very content with our meal. After we paid the tab, we began making the trek to visit the Eiffel Tower. We were taking the metro, but there was an issue with the car so we had to get off four or five stops early. We instead walked along the river which was a nice treat. We're walking along chatting and gazing at the pretty sights when BAM! Peek-a-boo Eiffel Tower between the trees. The tower is so ...
... bag), I certainly wasn't going to pick them up - this didn't seem to worry one guy, who despite all the signs, picked up a skull and took his photo with it! Once we popped out the other end, it was promptly decided by all of us that we can't make a decision - so Tom took the lead (loosely translated: wandered off in a random direction) and we all followed him. We ended up at a patisserie where I ordered the tartlette pomme, Gerard ordered the "round brown thing" and the others had ...
... on benches. When I walked out I found myself at a very busy square, with Opera Garniere seen in the distance and heavy rush hour traffic. Across the street there was a cute French book store, very quiet inside.
Paris is certainly a city of contrasts, and you can find all kinds of things just by walking around one neighborhood for a few hours.
I took a metro to Gare de Lyon and my hotel. I ate the rest of the half sandwich for dinner and went to bed early, was ...
... the Dragon. Even though, I really do not like the NRL Team... I couldn't care less! I was very tired by the end of our visit. Obviously, in Paris they have LOTS of patisseries. But today in the park next to Champs Élysées we got gelato instead, even though we had been almost living off it in Italy... A very peaceful afternoon was spent 'people watching' in the park, reading and writing this ...
... back to our favourite Novotel La Defense.
Pretty much exhausted on arrival but the best news was that we were upgraded to an executive room on the 14th floor and we could go straight in at 10am to have a shower and unwind after setting out from home some 30 hrs earlier.
The break was short lived and from our room we had a view of the Eiffel tower and Arc de Triomphe which didn't ...