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 …
... and back down the Champs Elysees, more crowds, traffic and expensive shops and restaurants. The main New Years Eve celebration takes place here but we had decided the the Tour Eiffel was the place to ring in the new year. A cycle Tuk-tuk ride across a different bridge and a stroll from Les Invalides where Napoleon's Tomb is located back to the apartment for supper ended our first full day in Paris.
... arrondissement, worked as needed on some project in the church hall, and I had lots of free time to discover the city and to work on my French.
I was still learning how to travel, so I don’t recall having a guidebook; I spent a lot of time walking around central Paris and "discovering" things at random: palaces, museums, monuments. I felt in those days as if Paris somehow belonged to me. When I shared those memories with Tatiana, she laughed and said now it belonged to ...
... avenues that crossed in a T intersection before the gate to the cour d'honneur
The principal central axis led to the forest, the cross axis through
the village to the southwest and to the river, thence on to Paris. Three
gateways stood at the far ends of the ...
All up in good time this morning as they were off to the Palace of Versailles. I was moved to a car park in front of the Palace where I could stay all day. It was all very grand. On the way round( it was only a few 100m) we saw a horse and rider exercising outside an old, serious looking building that turned out to be a riding school a little like the one we had seen at Lapica.
They spent the morning in the garden. Garden does not really explain how ...