Green Hotels Confort
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... was old Eiffel,arranged for the Ottis brothers to be given French citizenship so they could come over for a year and make the lifts. The bus trip continued on. We were saturated by the visual feast and surprised that the drivers were more rational than expected. Although the speed of the motor scooters does betray a certain religious faith. The Hospital des Invalides was magnificent and we saw where Napoleons was buried. Apparently he was very vain , but not ...
... done near the Eiffel Tower before the tour (the little man from the hotel is very worried something will happen, he is so sweet, love him to bits, he is the nicest). What do Melbourne and Paris have in common??? Okay times up, so many things but what I'm referring to is the four seasons in one day!! The day started so perfect and when I left this evening I thought check covered shoes and long pants but it's summer you'll be right in a singlet. I was ...
Up and showered by eight. Then had coffee and chatted with Gabriel while Amanda ate waffles and maple syrup. Set off for the airport at 9.00 having programmed the GPS lady; it was a route we knew and once on La Cienega Blvd. it was a straight run to the car-return depot and an adjacent gas station to fill up. Five minutes on the shuttle bus and we were in line to check-in by 10.00. Security didn't take long and then we had ...
... the course of the week were brought together to create several really impressive looking (and tasting!) desserts. The layered carmelized pear and chocolate mousse bar was paired with Amarula ice cream and chocolate sauce. The frozen nougatine sand after the addition of chocolate and berries. The individual pavolvas were a feast for the eyes with mounds of whipped cream, berries, tuile and ...
Went for coffee then back up to the Sacre Coer as Lin an Gareth wanted to go. Then set off to meet Steve and Natalie. Eventually we met up. We have had nearly 2 months without a hiccup but trying to negotiate meeting places was a task! Steve and Sharen arrived and once again trying to locate them was almost impossible. Anyway, finally all together for a catch up. Booked a table for dinner as so many of us. I expect we will do sight seeing ...