Hotel Baltimore Paris - MGallery Collection
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Baltimore Paris - MGallery Collection
This hotel was a good choice because it was ideally situated, in particular within easy walking distance of the Eiffel Tower. There were plenty of restaurants nearby and shops selling fruit, crepes, pizza, etc. Our room was lovely and the bathroom excellent. The breakfast had everything we wished for.
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We had a lovely breakfast in the hotel dining room this morning. Our first sight-seeing event was to the top of the arc de triomphe. There were 284 steps to negotiate which we managed very well. We did, however, take the lift down! The view of Paris was spectacular and we enjoyed taking photos from all angles. Then we walked down the Champs É …
... of the area. Unfortunately, with it raining and overcast, for me it wasn't especially helpful for orientating myself to the neighborhood. The bus ride was good. Some of it was stuff I had seen on the L'Opera bus tour. However, one thing we got to do was spend some time on the Trocodaro. It was pouring rain but it still was a nice view of the Eiffel Tower and I got a picture. Part of it is under construction so half the view was covered.
... on the part of the group which way we needed to go to get to our destination but we did make it.
It was a beautiful day and there were a lot of people out enjoying the day. We watched the young children pushing their sailboats across the pond and at least trying to. We finally found the grotto but all the chairs right next to it were taken and so we walked up a level and found ourselves a bench and spread out our picnic of ...
... meant to be Catacombs but someone came up with the bright idea of digging up the bodies from the cemetery and placing them underground as there was not enough space to out everyone in cemeteries. It was rather interesting seeing what a skull looks like. You could see where the skull was joined together and where the spine would have been. It was a new ...
... amp; funerals - I hope not all 3 in one day.
Vélib’ is a large-scale public bicycle sharing system in Paris, France.
Launched on 15 July 007, the system encompasses around 14,000 bicycles and 1,230 bicycle stations located across Paris, with an average daily ridership of 85,811 in 2011.
People are trying to replicate the scheme in New Zealand.
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