Fraser Suites Harmonie Paris La Defense
- Drycleaning onsite
- Concierge desk
- Babysitting service
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We have found out that Simon, Livania, and Isabel are coming to stay at Christmas and for all our sakes we are very excited. We hope Simon's holiday is not disrupted as sometimes happens, but in any case we will be with the girls for about 12 days. With this in mind we tried a ...
... square also to get a view over the city. Good decision because it was a really good view and the weather had cleared up a lot. Found a little restaurant not far from the square and had a good little meal followed by a walk to the nearby park. Headed back to the hotel for a bit and then went for dinner in ...
Because I have lost a couple of days here we have had to pare back our aspirations, determined largely on what is open on a Monday and tomorrow, Tuesday - L'Orangerie and Le Louvre today and Musee D'Orsay tomorrow. So a quick whip around our favourite works was in order. Armed with our Museum passes we set out mid morning to avoid the queues, there weren't any. At L'Orangerie at least. However the queue was a mile long when we emerged at about 1 o'clock. The gallery ...
We did not set an alarm, but made it to the hotel breakfast right before it closed. It was good and the fresh orange juice and pear juice were yummy! We got up a little later than we wanted to so we just picked a couple things to see today. We started the day by taking the metro to Il Cite (the oldest part of the city, an island in the Seine). We visited Sainte-Chapelle, a gothic cathedral built in 1242 by King Louis IX to house the relics of ...
... where Suzanne is, she left Juvs about 4pm! Managed some fromage and bread for dinner, Comte and chèvre with a few cherry tomatoes and radish thrown in for good measure. Poached apricots for dessert, definitely on the mend. Suzanne got back about 8pm and was keen to go out and get a small plate so we wandered down rue Notre Dame de Lorette before she settled on a very quirky place in rue Henri Monier. Seated about 18 I think. Two very young guys ...