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It was an uneventful long drive along motorways from Switzerand to Paris sadly passing Beaune in Burgundy where RK stayed for Easter one year.
Our initial impressions on reaching Paris late afternoon and hitting the ring road were traffic jam! It took hours to reach view to our hotel with a view to Sacre Coeur (with binoculars and a clear day!). We spent a first evening enjoying a great meal in hotel with free ...
... Tower since it was yucky weather. Out of the 6 of us, Megan and I were the only ones willing to get out of bed and make the trip in the rain... and boy were we glad we did! As soon as we got off of the metro, it stopped raining and the sun came out! We also got the Eiffel Tower 15 minutes before it opened, so there was only a short line :) We bought our tickets, didn't have to wait in any lines for more than 5 minutes, went to the top which was absolutely frightening, ...
... Paris the train slows and this old city becomes apparent with its beautiful architecture, we arrive and hail a taxi and fortunate the driver speaks good English and gives us a guided tour to our hotel, the streets are a buzz with traffic, cars, motorcycle and cycylists all seamlessly blending in a mish mash of chaos.
Our hotel is in the heart of Paris and has a chic modern interior and well presented, being ...
... shared our love with the world! 'Love is in the air'..... Na, just kidding, as I said, tacky! We drifted slowly back down the road towards our river boat ride, (get it....'drifted?') then joined the masses, i.e. Japanese tourists and school kids. What I thought would be pretty dreary turned out to be great, especially as it got darker, and all the lights come out. The Seine is a pretty dirty river, not unlike ...
... the restaurant’s version of a cappuccino.
Are they kidding me?
Let me say, I’ve never seen a cappuccino or tasted one quite like this. The cappuccino arrived at our table in a teeny tiny cup with about 5 inches of cream piled high and covered in chocolate powder. I also received a sachet of milk powder and a sweet in a tiny packet which was a chocolate covered peanut. After digging through the cream and feeding quite a bit of it to Doug, ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
several supermarkets and shops around
close to Metro station (8 minutes walk)
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