Hotel Eiffel Turenne
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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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... front of us were some security women facing the other way (towards the other entry tunnel, they weren't expecting anyone from behind. We then quietly paced up the stairs to street level again.
Here we were with a small number of other people in the absolute best viewing spot along the whole Champs Elysees. We were so close to the action and could take photos unimpeded by spectators. We worked out that admission to the Arc de Triomphe was by a ...
... Louvre is that Rubens and the Dutch Masters have become a bit of a leitmotif on our Western European tour. We spent quite a bit of time with them in the Louvre, and I look forward to seeing where else Dennis manages to find them in the coming month.
We had a baguette-and-brie picnic in the Jardin des Tuileries, then walked down the Champs-Elysees while I sang the song "Aux Champs-Elysees" the whole way. Dennis detested me a little bit for that, I ...
... which arrived with his feathered feet still attached. At some point a magnum of wine was ordered. I appreciate when folks don't mess around...
After sampling almost every one of the night's offerings, we had desserts of cheese and a couple of sweets with a lovely dessert wine. I really lucked out getting connected with people that know how to eat so well.
Then we were off to Red House which is their "local". It's owned by Americans and has a ...
I have three days in Paris, and from Austerlitz station walk along the banks of the seine to my attic room with a view (https://www.airbnb.com.au/rooms/795667 ).
Sandra, a script writer and lecturer at the nearby Sorbonne, shows me into the grand, courtyard building in the heart of the Latin Quarter, and takes me up to the top floor in the tiny lift.
The apartment is a loft (or ...
... the night. Bridget headed back to her hostel and I went for a much needed sleep.
The next morning we had agreed I would meet at her hostel before we went to Montmartre. Our meeting time was 10:30, I arrived five minutes early then waited an hour for her because she hadn't changed her clock to the French time. While waiting I skyped mum and dad and when Bridget was finally ready we caught the metro to Montmartre. There we walked up the steps of the Basilica ...