Chateau de Marechal de Saxe
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- High-speed internet in room
- Banquet room
- Swimming pool
- Conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
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... it. It looked utterly revolting and judging by the number plates which had Arabic writing on them, it was owned by a Sheik. We walked to the end of the street where the Arc de Triomphe was located and strolled around it looking at the various carvings and memorials. There was a long line waiting to climb to the top which we avoided since we had already seen enough from the top of the tower. Finally we continued on down the Champs ...
Well Jon is still not well so is in bed for the day and I am off on my own. I thought it might be a good day to do shopping while Jon is sick so he doesn't miss any of the sightseeing but alas a lot of the stores are not open on Sunday's here. So I took the metro to Carousel du Louvre which reportedly is a good Sunday shopping spot for tourists ...
... channel who was there filming explain to us what we were seeing. We were then headed to the Metro so we could get back to the Eiffel Tower in time to see it sparkle but we got sidetracked by dessert crepes and ice cream cones. We didn't make it back in time for the sparkles but it was neat just to see it lit up. (Shanna & Barb were the only ones who hadn't seen it sparkle as the rest went out last night to see it). After spending some ...
... a big fluffy dog called Vodka. I don't know if the name tells us something about his owners. Anyway, Wok went down and they made friends. He came away with quite a bit of Vodka's hair on his trousers, but neither of them seemed to worry too much. Tomorrow is forecast to be 24, so that's really getting warm. We've had excellent weather this week, and today we confidently set off without our raincoats. Only two more days in Paris. Lots of love, Lyn and ...
Breakfast this morning at the hostel was a baguette and a croissant with butter and honey or jam, and coffee. It was amazing. I got some great tips on how to navigate through Paris on the metro lines (subways), and set out with no real goal in mind. I knew that if I could find the River Seine, which runs through the center of the city, I'd be fine. I took the metro to the Arc du Triomphe, and then started walking. I found some really cool buildings, a statue of Winston ...