- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... different to the churches of England, this church was extremely catholic and gorgeous. Created over several important eras in France (Initially a king commissioned it, then it was abandoned during the French Revolution, planned to become a war commemoration sight under napoleon and then changed back to a church after the Russian war and later finished off by a different king) this building looked so fantastic. Inside were several ...
... br> metre walk to the hostel was distressing in itself. My brand new slacks were
ruined. If the diaper that is my underwear gave way and ruined my new astronaut
shoes I would be horrified! The hostel is of course full of people and I cant
wait for the lift as Briony points out the smell of **** was palpable. I crab
walked up 3 flights of stairs with the stench following suit like a thick musky
shadow. Briony (Who has been laughing the whole way ...
... here are crazy. At the Arc de Triomphe twelve major roads meet. Traffic seems to come to a standstill, then everyone starts going at once! I still can't work out how it all works. Everyone keeps going into intersections until they are totally blocked, then it just seems to clear. Police cars rush everywhere with sirens and flashing lights. The full trip took 2 ½ hours, and was very enjoyable. We took our time walking back to the hotel. Later, we took another walk to the ...
... outside of the garden, and decided that I not only wanted a dessert, but a dessert with a hint of alcohol. That's what Grand Marnier is for. My crepe came with this orange flavored cognac, nutella, and bananas in it. The crepe came on a plastic disposable plate with plastic cutlery. Sometimes the best foods are served in the simplest ways I sipped my milk and savored every bite of the rich nutella-filled dessert. The Grand Marnier gave a subtle ...
... time for R&R and we recharged our batteries before disembarking in the City of Love.
We checked into our hotel--a charming little boutique hotel, the Mercure Plaza Pont Mirabeau, about a twenty minute walk down the Seine from the Eiffel Tower. We were meeting our friends, Zackie and Wajzma, and their daughter Madina at the hotel, where they had booked a room so that we could spend as much time as possible together. Their home is a fifty ...