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- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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Day 30Another sunny and hot day...28C. Our final day in Paris was enjoying the iconic landmarks, Eiffel Tour, Musee D'Orsay, a batobus ride on the Seine, lunch at a cafe.While Joyce and Bill toured the Musee D'Orsay, Steven and I had lunch at the Deux Magots where supposedly there is the best hot chocolate served in a jug. Afterward we had a coffee …
Day 29In the morning we took the Metro to Place Pigalle in Montmatre to climb the hill to Sacre Coeur. Afterward Steven went looking for quilt fabrics while we went to a bar for refreshment.
We left Montmatre for the Fred Hotel, and stopped at Metro on Ile de la Cite to visit Saint Chapelle, the line up to get in was so long that we went home …
Today was Joyce's birthday, so we planned a special lunch picnic at the Pere Lachaise Cemetery. While you might think that is odd, we went there because it is the largest single green space in Paris with many trees, benches, but, of course, tombs. And some of them have the remains of famous people. We have pictures of Joyce with Rossini, Chopin, …
We awoke earlier today. I had a breakfast in the hotel of egg, sliced meats, fruit salad, yogurt, cereal, juice, coffee and croissants. This seems to be the usual for France. We met Joyce and Bill on the back terrace oF the hotel for a late owning coffee and planned the day. That was to shop at Printemps and Galleries Lafayette. We …
Her we are in Paris I. The 14th arrondissement in Montparnasse, the the Fred Hotel. The rooms are very small, but manageable for sure. We arrived at 2:05 pm by the Thalys high speed (300 km per hour) train from Brussels. It took 1 hour 20minutes- only!
At the hotel we did some unpacking and went out for a beer and a snack. Now it is after 6:00 …