Evergreen Laurel Hotel
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Not really in the city centre,but when u r on the tour its great
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Poor me big plans today but am too sick. Have been fighting a flu/cold for a week or so. Got the better of me today so off to the docs. Luckily there is one on Chantal's building so this mornings plans camp celeb and I visit the doctor at 3pm. I have ear and throat infection. He gives mr four different things to take, snort and drop!! Need to clear this up before I jump on a ...
... enjoyed the afternoon, especially the bit where we got to eat the fruits of our labour.
We opted to give Montmartre a miss, based on lots of reviews and blogs on the location. Montmartre is the location of the Sacre Couer church perched on a hill overlooking Paris. It is also renoun for its markets and street artists. However it has been beset by gypsies, beggars and pickpockets along with some nasty stories of street cons, some being a little ...
... from Spain about 11pm and we spent many hours in our hostel catching up and sharing stories of our trips. Our hotel provided breakfast so we went downstairs to check it out, a typical French breakfast - baguette, chocolate croissant and coffee. We then as we have in most other cities bought a 48 hour hop on hop off bus tour. We got on near the opera house and stopped at the Louvre before seeing Notre Dame and the love lock bridge ( yes mitch and I did buy a lock and put it on ...
Saturday the 29th of October.
A beautiful day, sunny and warm.
Today was going to be another day of walking.
Following breakfast we took the metro to the Passy station.
Passy is a residential area with many houses and gardens, but there are also increasing numbers of apartment blocks evident.
It is also the neighbourhood where Balzac had his house.
It is an attractive, and quiet area and pleasant to walk around. We found a café where we were able ...