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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
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... with the best views in the world: http://www.lifebuzz.com/35-restaurants/ #!VYlqQ. As it turns out, we are visiting many of these locations/cities, so we have now made it a goal to have dinner in as many of them as possible…! The guided Eiffel tower tour went as you expect. We were in a small group of 20 or so visitors led by a young history student from Ireland (of all places). We learned a lot of interesting tidbits about the Eiffel ...
... pint of beer. As we
headed down towards the Eiffel Tower we enjoyed our main – Jo thought it was
the best meal she had had in Paris - and at exactly 10pm when we were going
passed the tower, the lights flickered. Headed further down the river where we
turned around the petit Statue of Liberty and returned to our starting point as
we enjoyed dessert.
The boat was called the “Le Calife” and the dinner – cruise is highly ...
... sure about each other. Maybe next time.
As you may know, I'm not one for tall buildings. The Arch was OK, but I was a little wonky on the Eiffel Tower. Be sure to look for extraordinary tight grab of my hand, or the hidden terror in my face, in the photos.
On the way into Paris, my luggage wheels decided they'd had enough and started squealing and throwing rubber. So, as we went around Paris, I checked out some baggage shops (which are plentiful). I ...
... that we have been staying in. There are countless café's and on this very warm summer evening it appeared that every sidewalk seat was filled and many of the café’s and bistros were filled with patrons standing and overflowing out onto the sidewalk and street. People happily having a great time and really taking the time to enjoy themselves and each others company. Katie and I have commented on the amount of talking there is here in Paris. People love to ...
... so I stood around for about 15 minutes before anyone came to get me. The dentist, who was a very friendly, but not particularly well groomed man informed me that they had just had a fire drill. I was nervous about getting my first filling (more nervous about the shot than the filling), so I wasn't much for small talk. I guess even hospitals need to practice emergency evacuations, so I just leaned back and let them get to work. As I was ...