BEST WESTERN PLUS Paris Val de Bievre
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Hot tub
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... every day for the past two weeks. She is not happy about this. She gives me an angry and disbelieving look. We look at the price list for laundry. It is $5 to get a handkerchief washed, $8 for a pair of undies and $10 for a tee shirt. I am quite sure that all my undies cost less than $8 to buy. I do our washing in the sink in the hotel bathroom. Issy tells me not to wash the shorts I have been wearing for the past two weeks. I ask her what I should do ...
... we desperately needed semi-American food. Similar but different for sure. Next we wanted to tour L'Opera. Yeah well us and millions of others. While our Paris pass gets us in for free, the tickets sell out days in advance. Bummer for us but really only our first setback. Lastly, we witnessed a sad scene and were pretty close to it. We have been using ATMs but as we're not sure what we are doing, end up ...
... in Barcelona. After about a good 45 minutes we thought we had it pretty well figured out. With our map in hand and our packs on our back we headed out. And after only one mistake, we actually made it to the right part of the city where our hotel had been booked. Walking up from the metro and onto Paris turf it was blatantly clear that french people are all about clothing and style. We stood out like a sore thumb. Even the hobo on the side of the street didn't ...
... They also seem to love people queuing!! We had a great night but I paid for it the next morning. First up was the Tower of Terror and I have to say - I was terrified. Not sure how I survived that one. We then did a few last rides, had some lunch and headed to Paris. As we arrived, Karen received a phone call from Phil (who had gone to Paris earlier) saying there had been a terrorist attack. We were a little freaked, but it all seemed fine. There have ...
... on Place Pigalle at a bar that we have walked by a lot on the way to the subway. This began the painful process of 'lasts' as we wind down our month long stay here. For our last dinner out, we went back to La Mandigotte where we shared escargot on country bread and salmon tartare, rabbit in a mustard sauce and a "panache" or mix of scallops and shrimp with a ratatouille, of zucchini, eggplant and other stuff. We ended ...