Fraser Suites Harmonie Paris La Defense
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Concierge desk
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... While we were there a couple from California sat next to us and we got to talking with them about their trip and our trip. They were very nice. Time was starting to run out so we left and headed for the Eiffel Tower!!!! Wowza, the Eiffel Tour!! It was so sur real to be standing right underneath it. A dream come true of mine!! When we arrived we were told to just show our phone ticket and we would get right in. That was not the case so after finding ...
... to the Eiffel Tower just in time to cue up for hours to take the lift up ... Well maybe 1.5 hours. The sun warmed us at times. Everyone kept up their good natured spirits in spite of the growing discomfort from the cold. The views were worth the wait! To appreciate the weight and strength of this impressive structure, imagine the comparison of pounds of pressure per square inch in each of the four tower structures supporting this landmark: 56 pounds per square inch is nearly ...
... Paris. Well, Alan was not thrilled carrying up the bags but, hey, it was practice for our frequent outings (80 steps up or 60 steps down) as we explored Montmartre and Paris proper. The view was exquisite and the apartment very charming with, again, French doors and a balcony and the ubiquitous church bells. A little on the shabbier side of ...
... coffee. ( Chocolate milkshake for me.) Lovely waiter. He gave us directions and we were off. Moulin Rouge. And all the WONDERFUL shops of Montmartre. WE HAD A BALL. And, we spent a considerable amount of money. It was so much fun. Emily bought shoes. I bought the most beautiful leather satchel. We have a wonderful time in shops. We laugh and joke with the ladies in the shops. ( Emily asked what type of leather the shoes were made of. The young girl put ...
... a lot more confident that we could survive another 3 months away from Aus.
A big sleep in the next day was followed by a walk along the Champs - élysées to the Arc de Triomphe having a look in a few of the shops. From there we jumped back on the metro and visited Sacre Coeur (church) which offered a brilliant view over the city of Paris.
For our final day in Paris we caught a train out to the Palace at Versailles and cruised ...