Hotel de Seine
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- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking rooms
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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"I HAVE to see Monet's garden while we’re in France," I insist. “I purchased a Monet’s Garden kit when I first bought my home eight years ago in 1985, and planted the seeds from Monet’s garden according to the instructions. The flowers are so incredible, that I host a Monet’s Garden Party every Memorial Day to share the beauty. I love Claude Monet’s artwork too. You ...
... bottle of rum alongside LOL."
So our first job was to find out where the hell the bureau de paris abessess was and then find a liquor store, I supposed. Then after Katie said, "Because they are holding your phone hostage for rum...." "No, because they didn't have to contact me at all." But, by the time we got packed back up and were out the door I decided screw the rum! I'm getting my phone back.
... making our way to the 2nd floor where they have a wonderful display of the history, which we all enjoyed. We also found interesting the apartment that Gustav Eiffel had at the top of the tower, where one day he entertained Thomas Eddison. After our Eiffel Tower adventures, we headed for our complementary Seine River cruise, highlighting all the places of interest along the river, Notre ...
... we did well for a couple of oldies. We realised that today was a major public holiday - May Day - and almost everything was closed.
We have been overwhelmed with the kindness of strangers in our time in France, and I wanted to note that here because so often there is a different perception of the French. I have already mentioned a couple of amazingly kind things done for us, but this morning, once ...
... and a girl sing gave me chills. It truly is an amazing place. </li><li>The Louvre is humongous! They said if you spent 10 seconds looking at each piece, 24/7 it would take you over 3 months to see it all! I spent 3 hours wandering and I can see how you would easily get lost in there. Seeing the Mona Lisa and the rooms of Napoleon Bonaparte were the highlights here.</li><li>The Champs Elysees area that connects the Louvre ...