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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
- Banquet room
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... of France which is where my great? Great great? Grandfather came from. They had flammekueche (flamma-koosh in French, I wanted to say flamma-koo-ka like in German! I think.... )which are like pizzas, but no tomato sauce, they have Creme fraiche instead). The waiter was extremely nice and helped explain the menu. Everything sounded so amazing. Karl wanted salad and the tray of meats and sausages, so we got that, plus ham and cheese, and bacon and goat ...
... and very complicated to get around, but we knew to follow the 14 route signs. We were going to get the train to Chatele in the morning, but Craig said it would be best to go to Pyramides and walk up to Opera. Going through Chatele coming home, we realised there was no way we would have found our way through to the right exit in the morning, so that was a great suggestion. Back home by 9.30, all exhausted, but a great ...
... fountains at the Pompidou Center, and down to the elegant Place des Vosges, surrounded by galleries of expensive shops, restaurants, and homes of the rich and famous on all four sides. Bill reconnected with the giant ear sculpture in front of the church of St. Eustache. With our friend Nancy we strolled the quay along the Seine near the d'Orsay and joined the "in crowd" at Rosa Bonheur's floating bar and eatery near our favorite bridge, the Pont Alexandre ...
... but again all in French. All that walking might have tired some young ones, so catch the metro from Concorde to Grenelle. The Monoprix (department store and supermarket all in one) to buy Boeuf Viande Hachee (mince for the spag Bol). The butcher minced the steak right then in front of us - lean and inexpensive (€7.96 for 500gms). Then home to write diaries while Ash cooks dinner. Harry sound asleep as soon as he had cleaned his ...
... commemorates the 200,000 French who died in the concentration camps. We couldn't find it. Turns out it is being renovated, and is currently behind a tall fence! We then crossed the Seine on a bridge whose sides are full of padlocks that people have written on and fastened to the mesh. It is solid locks! We wandered the Left Bank bookstalls, went into the Latin Quarter to grab some lunch, touched base at the English ...