Euro Hotel Orly Rungis
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and headed up to 58 Tour Eiffel for our snazzy dinner on the first tier up. Man it was hard to step on those glass sections of the floor and look down! We got champagne and three courses. See the pictures for visual. We both had the lobster bisque with mini ravioli. Aidan had cod on celery root and I had the sea bream with peas. Then we finally got to have fromage! We've eaten so many desserts we both decided on the cheese course. We ...
... young lady called Octavia how was bor. in Switzerland but lived and studied history at the Sorbonne in Paris for the last 5 years. Lovely lady with lots of knowledge about Paris and it's history. About a dozen people on the tour including a couple from Perth. Off we went on the walking tour. First stop Eiffel Tower then military museum, Alexander III bridge, Seine river, grand palace, main square in the centre of Paris - Liberation square. Saw the Arc ...
After that I went back to the normal hostel kitchen to eat some yogurt and hummus and pita bread and fruit before heading to the beach with Michael for a beer. After our beers on the beach (and lamenting about how awkward that situation with Adam was) we decided to head back to the hostel. On our way back we saw army tanks and lots and lots of soldiers walking down the street with machine guns. I assume there must have been an army base somewhere near ...
... To get there involved walking through the Marais district, which is the hip area that was and still is the Jewish quarter of Paris and is full of trendy little shops and cafe's. I got there about 1am and decided to grab a filled baguette at a patisserie to eat at a park in a square I had planned to visit called Place de Vosges #98 of 1813 attractions. It was a great lunch in ...
... the name of the restaurant was Hakuna Matata). Once we made one or two stops before actually arriving at the restaurant, we ordered some chicken strips and some sodas (which to my standards were just kind of "meh" if you know what I mean). Once we were finished eating our lunch it was time for us to decide what ride we wanted to go on next, so we all decided that (because it was so close) Pirates of the Caribbean was the best option. I must say even though the line was long, it was ...