Grand Hotel Senia
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- Shuttle bus service
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free airport shuttle
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This morning we head to Notre Dame in search of Quasimodo...
Notre Dame is the symbol of medieval Paris and did not disappoint with its gorgeous Gothic architecture - we just loved it!! The first stone was laid in 1163 and it took ~200yrs to complete although work continued on & off over 900yrs. The size of it is impressive and the stained glass windows, particularly the rose windows, are spectacular. Our Paris Pass included the walk up the towers - ...
... closer and eventually directly underneath. It was pretty cool but I did enjoy walking around the rest of Paris and seeing glimpses of the tower from different areas better than up close and personal. We really had no intention of going up in the tower so we made our way to a cafe for some coffee. The cafe we stopped at was disappointing. We could see the tower from the patio but the waitress was not a fan of Americans and the cappuccino served in a malt glass was 10€ ...
... a pinch from our local seller at the market last week. But, alors, it can be warmed in the tin in the oven in the duck fat and then dried and roasted. Use the fat for pommes de terre, they said. And we did. The whole thing, with green "French" beans was another gastronomical delight courtesy of Alain. Nightcaps on the balcony overlooking the sleeping village is a lasting ...
... pretty glad we didn’t. We decide to head to the Catacombs of Paris, which is where we learn one rule about Paris and it’s museum enthusiasts – They will endure anything to keep their spot in the line. When we arrived at the catacombs the entry was directly outside the metro station. We walked around following the line that couldn’t possibly be the line as it was so long. It went and curved itself around the block and then ended almost 10 metres shy of joining ...
... was signed ( somewhere in the middle of the room ). And there I stand, trying to find a "moment" and to think about the sheer significance of this spot. To feel a bond with momentous moments in history.But it does not really work. Somebody bumps into me, and I get swamped underfoot by a particularly massive group from the Far East. A rather garbled and gabbled "piece to camera" reflects the bedlam.Mind you, it is true that both the declaration of the German Empire and the ...