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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Multilingual staff
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... get to the hotel. When I arrived I was so happy. I made it. 24 hours later I arrived at my destination. It was about 6pm. I ate the rest of my chocolate bar and got acclamated to my room which was quite small but had everything I needed, except an internet connection!!! I so wanted to connect via email, facebook, whatever to the folks back home, but the hotel was having a party and they wouldn't allow me to use the terminals.
til next time.
... cabaret called La Nouvelle Eve. We were happy with being able to try out the cabaret at La Nouvelle Eve because it was much smaller than Moulin Rouge or Lido and a lot less touristy. We had already been to the large scale Lido cabaret a few years ago and whilst it was terrific there was no need to experience such a large scale cabaret again. At La Nouvelle Eve there was a friendly older french gentleman who sold us our tickets and helped us find a nearby ...
... a Metro station we realised we were about to pass the Shakespeare and Company bookstore, which is filled with books in English and also featured in Anna and the French Kiss. I bought The Princess Bride and a book on the six wives of Henry VIII. On the bag was a fabulous quote from Oscar Wilde: "I never travel without my diary. One should have something sensational to read on the train." It's been such an amazing day, I feel like I never want to leave ...
... little canned jars at the supermarket; I bought them almost every day from a little store at the corner of rue de la Harpe and Blvd. St. Germain.
-Crepes didn't taste well this time, maybe because I asked not to put sugar on them.
-I found that I prefer Italian coffee to the French one.
-I bought 3 carnets (a total of 30 tickets) and used them for buses and Metro over 2 weeks; 7 out of 30 I ended up giving to my friends.
-I was proud of ...
... cheese tour the lady showed us how they made the wine and how they made the cheese it was cool. We then got to taste test the cheese, olive oil, bread, and the adults got wine it was so yummy. We then drove to a city called San Gimignano. It was surrounded by a huge wall we walked in and we went to a Gelato place that won worlds best Gelato two years in a row and I can see why it won it was so good. ...