Euro Hotel Paris Creteil
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... shops were huge. There are numerous plaques around the Jewish Quarter, especially on school sites, remembering the thousands of men, women and children who were taken from their homes during World War 2 and shipped off to concentration camps to be killed. We love the Marais area because it is not on the tourist map, and it is in a perfect location for seeing the sites of Paris. There are several metro stops around the area, but it is also walking distance to the Notre ...
My old friend the alarm woke us up at 7:45 and we headed for the train station. I'll skip the next but because it was basically us on the train, getting off and back in another one. So we were in King Cross St Pancras trying to find the way to the Eurostar where we would be spending 2 hours in a train going to Paris. We boarded early and left at 10:30, since we would be spending a couple if ...
... at the meat counter spoke no English. It was so much fun! We let them know we wanted deux slices of jambon and quatre slices of salami. Merci beaucoup! Aurevoir! We were off to Montmartre.
Montmartre is the bohemian capital of Paris…and we loved it! The entire area is centered around a big hill with Sacre Couer Basilica at the top. It is gorgeous. The basilica was made with some sort of white stone that gets whiter with age. It has an onion dome and is looming and ...
... on a Star Wars simulator. It was really fun even though it was all in French. We eventually went in another simulator for Armageddon the movie. That was great. We did some more rides and I even suggested to mum that we go on the roller coaster again which we did. All up it was a great day and I would do it again over and over if I ...
... It seemed like the whole train was filled with German families on their way to celebrate Bastille day. We arrived in Paris two and a half hours later in thanks to speeds over 300km/hr! We met up with Dimitri, a very gruff and skinny looking Russian man, to pick up our keys and get access to the apartment. Thomas has been so good with all of the places we have stayed and new beds and ...