Green Hôtels Paris 13
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... will get us there. And yes, I've checked, it's the right train station. Dinner was in a local bistro, watching the world go by and just enjoying being in Paris. Some observations on Paris. Lots and lots of people. Lots and lots of vehicles. Lots and lots of cyclists (none in Venice). Constant sound of horns blaring. Brides with trailing gowns, keeping the streets of Paris clean (groan). Beautiful bistros with awnings, little round tables and wicker backed ...
Paris is gorgeous. I loved seeing the Eiffel Tower. It was
really cool to take the boat ride and see the Eiffel Tower lite up at night. I am
trying new things. I plan on coming back to Paris someday.
Alexis- In Ancient Rome, I learned lots of stuff because of
all the things I saw like the Colosseum. I had a lot of fun at Circus Maximus
walking around the track. We had lots of gelato and it was good.
In Paris, we went on a boat ride and it was ...
... very pushy beggars, and litter whirling around in the wind. The Eiffel Tower and Notre Dame were both beautiful, but their ugly and messy surrounds really diminished the whole experience.
The highlight of that day was meeting up with my friend Emma Nicholas that night after dinner. We've been friends since high school and she was in our wedding, but we don't get to see her much anymore. At the moment she is living in London and by a ...
... a T-shirt. We are staying only a 10 minute walk from Ave de Champagne where most of the well known Champagne cellars are. The buildings are grand as only champagne cellars would be. Unfortunately the three places that we wanted to go into we're all closed. Moët Chandon was closed for renovations and Perrier Jouliet + Pol Roger do not open to the public. We did still get into a few smaller places which were just as amazing. We basically walked the ave, sat in the ...
Today was a long day. We started out early taking the train to Madrid. We then took another train to the airport, a two hour flight (that was delayed about an hour) to Paris and then a train to the city. Shane encountered his first cranky Parisian at the airport when trying to find our stroller and when we got our bag, the handle had broken off. Besides that, everything went well and the kids were very good! Shane booked us ...