Hotel Eiffel Turenne
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
- Non-smoking rooms
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Eiffel Turenne Paris
Stayed here in March 2013, Excellent location, budget hotel but very comfortable. Excellent eateries near by and walking distance from Invalides, Ecole Militaire Metro station and of course the Eiffel
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... our clothes to dry. Now, anywhere else in the world, this may have been too late for a kitchen to still be in operation, but not so in Paris. The cafes were in full swing and we were certainly not the last diners. During our meal an interesting episode occurred when a young man at the next table, dropped his pants during dinner to show some tattoo to his friends. No inhibitions whatsoever!
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... Our large tour group split up into a Spanish-speaking group and two English-speaking, from Australia, Philippines and Germany, and the US. Even though Dan and I were dragging, our guide, an American who married a French girl, kept us entertained with lots of facts and some humor. I can't bore you with too many details, but we saw Notre-Dame (from the outside) and learned how Hugo's novel accomplished the preservation of a rundown cathedral. A few blocks away was ...
... find the the lines of people waiting still stretched back forever. We head back to our apartment for a rest and something to eat before going for an evening walk. We walked by the Seine, crossing on the Pont du Carroussel bridge that looked magnificent in the early evening, walking back to the Eiffel Tower where we enjoyed a crepe for our desert, and watched the evening lights luminate the tower. The end to another day in Paris ...
I learned so many things today.
First, America is the land of the excess. Second, entree is the appetizer, not the main meal. Third, I don't know how to eat hard boiled eggs. Fourth, I've judged Paris by my own expectations. and Fifth, 50CL of wine is too much for three small girls.
This morning was off to an interesting start. Last night, after I posted my previous blog, Lina, Harlea and I discussed our plans for adventures for today. We planned to wake up by 8am ...