Hostellerie Blanche de Castille
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- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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I did the washing while Meg and Liam went shopping, a woman's work is never done. At midday Liam left for the train, he has been easy company and we wish him Bon Voyage. Our washing machine whilst new and quiet, is the type that washes and dries so it takes many hours for a load. We have worked out that it is best to wash then hang things round the flat and dry the urgent things ...
... m. So, we left our luggage with the porter, and went for a walk to check out our new surroundings. This arrondissement is so beautiful. Around the corner from the hotel is the Moulin Rouge and located behind the hotel is the Montmartre Cemetery, which we have a nice view of from our room. As in New Orleans, most of the graves are buried above ground with elaborate tombstone monuments. We planned to go for a walk through the cemetery, but time didn't allow us ...
... for about 15 mins taking in the astonishing views. We made our way back down and walked toward the metro station where we found a mini Eiffel Tower made out of red bistro chairs. We then had some frozen yogurt and caught a metro to Notre dame and saw the islands and the bridge of locks, we then headed down a small street and had gelato at the very popular berthillon gelato shop. We then went to the soldiers memorial and had dinner at the ...
... after packing our suitcases. On our way to the nearest subway station, we walked by a Chipotle Mexican Grill and both kids "begged" us to have lunch there. After two weeks of partaking in traditional French cuisine, we gave in and had some good ole burritos and tacos for lunch. We are American tourists after all and can't completely shake the stereotype. After stuffing our faces (yes, the burritos in Paris are just as big as the ones back ...
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Battery Boy spent sometime seeking out a doctor but finally found one and an appointment was made for midday. Video Girl was champing at the bit because she had made a reservation at 1pm for one of their favourite restaurants in Paris, Alain Ducasse's Benoit, which was located some distance from the doctor's surgery. She quietly advised Battery Boy if there were too many patients in the waiting room, ...