Euro Hotel Sovereign Saint Denis
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... glass was amazing, the story of how the church has changed over time was interesting, and the rosary beads were the most beautiful ones I've ever seen. We didn't spend a ton of time in there because we were exhausted.
We ate a Subway for our late lunch. Not in the subway, Subway the sandwich shop. We figured we knew how it worked and so we took the easy way out. Everyone eating in there was American. The sandwich artists spoke wonder English. We had soft drinks with ...
The fearless trio embarked late in the morning, headed for the Arc de Triomphe and a stroll down the famous, glitzy, and touristy Champs-Elysees. It turned out to be more of a trek than we anticipated, however, because the warm weather (mid-70's) had us huffing and puffing our way around most of the day.
We arrived at Place Charles de Gaulle (a.k.a. Etoile), site of the Arc de Triomphe, via metro. While finding our bearings, ...
... hurdle. There are two trains that have our next station. Which one do we get on. Experience tells me you go where the mad rush is and we flocked. A women on board mentioned that it does stop at Nord but will it in time. There are two stops between Gar de Lyon and Nord, and we are now packed in like sardines. Looking for a hole to scoot through once we arrive. 15mins in time seems like an eternity in moments like these. We pull up to the station and burrow in behind a lady with a pram. ...
... outside cafes and brasseries watching the world go by, it's a lovely sight. On our way back to the Metro I spotted some buskers putting on a lovely marionette show, for children and adults alike. On our way back to our hotel, we stopped to buy a fresh mango from a fruit and vegetable vendor. Raymond was inspecting the mangoes when the vendor came rushing over to us saying `'`monsieur, monsieur`' in a panic. We were told in no ...
... writing about our walking on Monday, I remembered how impressed we have been by the real walkers/hikers here. Some people come to the mountains to hike and there are abundant trails for them to follow. There are paths for people of all abilities, some very level, others that are a major challenge. The serious walkers are equipped with two walking sticks, high top shoes/boots, a ...