- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Room service
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Breakfast Available
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Our boat sailed into Paris at midnight and what a beautiful site the Eiffel Tower was in the distance as we approach port. In the morning our tour began with a ride on the metro to Notre Dame and the Latin Quarter. Rainy day! We walked many blocks through the academic area where many universities are located, including the Sorbonne. The queue for Notre Dame was long but moved quickly... ...
... touring the market for over an hour. We were all starting to not feel our fingers & toes & we had boots on!
The school was about 3 blocks from the market & we couldn't wait to get into the warm building, shed our coats & have some tea or coffee. Patrick was so accommodating. The facilities were absolutely beautiful, everything was done first rate!
We put our aprons on & got to work. ...
... bedroom where he died. What a magnificent room to die in. Full of light with the scent of the garden through the open windows. The whole house, bur particularly this room, had a sense of space and light that is hard to capture in writing. You can only do it justice by a painting which I'm afraid I'm hopeless at. I was a bit of a disappointment to my art teacher at school when I gave up art for music. On the bus home another American, male this time, was getting cranky about the ...
... bought 5 pairs of shoes - OMG!!! The train is absolutely full as - there's a beggar starting to play the accordion - he's good, it adds a real French favour. Mac's intrigued with the teenagers having a good ol kiss in the corner - he's got a million questions. And in Paris we arrive. Out of the metro with our 9 bags, up the escalators and what's our first sight? The Arc de Triomphe. Amazing. And huge!! Taxi to our apartment, the instructions were 'head to rue ...
On Sunday we got off to a pretty slow start, but getting around Paris is so easy...it would be pretty hard to be late anywhere. They have a giant underground metro, with trains going where you want to go every 5 minutes. No need for a timetable, just turn up and chances are you can just about hop straight on... This was the day we did our first proper touristy thing in Paris. We went to Montmartre, which is at the ...