Grand Hotel Senia
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free airport shuttle
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
TripAdvisor Reviews Grand Hotel Senia Paris
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... the craftsman really shine. Instead of building upon known forms from
well-known religious archetypes, demons gave them the opportunity to flex their
imagination. It’s as if there was a competition between workshops to see who
could create the most bizarre, nightmarish forms. Neither Sainte-Chapelle nor
Notre Dame disappoint on this front. They are filled with the monsters of
I was ...
... freaked out by the ghosts or the skeletons or the dead women crying, then you could appreciate how much work went into the house! This wasn't really a ride, more of a sit-in-a-chair-and-glide-around-the-hou se type thing, but it was worth it. Especially when you go in at nightfall. After this creepy experience we had to go and buy ourselves a pair of Minnie-Mouse Ears. They are just too cute and too iconic to leave Disneyland without! We then visited the Peter Pan ...
... then caught the train to Abbesses and then the Funicular de Montmartre. There were over 105 stairs to get out of the station so everyone wimped out of climbing up to the Basillica. We wandered around the artist markets and marvelled at the many talented people. Then we enjoyed this view offered from this vantage point over a different part of Paris. We did walk back down the stairs to the train station.
Currently watching CNN and they had a report on Sam Burgess and the NRL. ...
... Had P order for me since the kids speak french and turn out the guy taking orders speaks french but alas, with a British accent!
I have been very pleased with the amount of french the kids have been speaking but more impressed with the comments of the Parisians on how god their french is. Kudo's to their french teachers.
Tour of Notre Dame and dinner at Spring tomorrow. Then pack and sleep...all this ends Sunday when we catch a 1:00 flight back home!
... in the walkway from which distances to all parts of France are measured, They say it can hold more than 6,000 people which gives you some idea of the scale of it. Like the Segrada Familia Basilica in Barcelona, you could spend hours here and still not see everything. It is really great having the whisper sets and a local guide who can give you lots of the history and point out the various important pieces of art, sculptures, etc. Then we were ...