Evergreen Laurel Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsEvergreen Laurel Hotel Paris
Not really in the city centre,but when u r on the tour its great
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... luggage for wine to bring home! Our next search was for a shop that specializes in Cuban cigars. Success!! I can already see Ed & Otts enjoying those cigars on our terrace in Provence, wine in hand, big old smiles on their faces!
Dinner tonight was a dinner cruise down the Seine... what a relaxing way to take in the sights. It was especially cool to see the Eiffel Tower, along with the rest of Paris, so beautifully lit up at night. ...
... the hotel for breakfast.
Then began the packing up process - bikes first. Amazing how quick it is to pack the bike for home versus the 2-3 hours packing to come to Paris. about 30 minutes and it was all done!
Back to the room, shower then out exploring for a few hours before heading to the Champs Élysées and our seats in the stand. The 4 of us who purchased seats (Damo did all the hard work) are a little nervous as the stand is a ...
-Homeless men seem to urinate wherever it is convenient for them, on the Metro wall next to the vending machine and against a wall by the footpath near shops!
-Many more beggars this time seem to have dogs with them - not much of a life for the poor dog.
-Like last time we have seen beggars with children sitting with them, even tonight at 10pm there was a man and his young son sitting outside a restaurant.
... activities as possible while the weather holds out. We started at Basilica Sacre Coeur - a church that sits high up on a hill in Paris. It has the most wonderful panorma view of the city & it is nice to sit on the church steps and look out over everything. The only down side is that the pollution is quite visible from this vantage point, and you can see the smoky haze covering everything.
Afterwards we walked through the luxembourg gardens, went back ...