Hotel de Seine
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- Airport Transportation
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... our hostel is! The Generator Hostel Paris is super nice! They upgraded us to an 8 private room with a shower and bathroom inside for free, we get free breakfast, and we ended up not having to pay for Jake! It was awesome! We settled in, and decided to go out! We took the metro to the Eiffel Tower, where we walked around for a bit, then found some place to eat. It was near the Eiffel Tower, so it was expensive. We didn't care though since we were starving. Ryan ...
... wanted ice cream on
a beautiful day. Not rocket science, but he was the first person who heard my
accent and didn't immediately switch to English. And I know that he spoke
English quite well because he was speaking it with the other patrons. *Gives
self pat on the back*
As I was walking back to my hostel, I passed the Place de la Republique where there was some sort of demonstration happening. It seemed to be a rally against ...
... the tour manager all tour and he thought he would get one last one in by driving fairly fast and not breaking and just entering straight into the roundabout. We were all screaming and holding on for dear life but we made it and did not crash. We also went past the square where Marie Antoinette was beheaded, down the champs élysées ( the very big, famous and expensive shopping street) the louvre, Notre dam and my favourite the Opera House which I did not know what the Opera ...
... Triomphe at a famous restaurant/cafe bar called George V.
Phil had always wanted to "have a drink" in this special place. So we did.
He had cocktail named Mojito (white rum, champagne, lime and mint), I had my favourite, Baileys on Ice. We both had crepes, mine with lemon and icing sugar, P had his favourite Grand Manier. I had pot of George V blend (black tea), P had coffee noisette (French version of our now loved Italian ...
... excited about the meal because he ate here on his first trip to Paris 7 years earlier.
Day 5 – Picnics and Police
Today was a day of recovery. Our feet (and dirty clothes) needed a break so we decided to take advantage of the apartment’s washing machine. After our chores were finished, we walked to the Latin Quarter for lunch and gelato.
For our last night, we ordered a prepackaged meal from Paris ...