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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... boat rides.
It was croc monsieur all round for lunch and then I was stuck down with a migraine. Too much ***** food, alcohol and cheese and not enough water finally caught up with me. With no medication on me I sat around in the shade for the afternoon while Shelton and the kids worked their way around the park. The general consensus was that Legoland was far better than Euro Disney, and if you're looking ...
... Pain de Sucre: amongst many excellent patisseries we have visited, this one stands out - it is amazing. We purchased 2 wonderful pastries and had a lovely picnic in the nearby National Archives garden.
- Le Marche des Enfants Rouges, this market dates from 1615 (the oldest in Paris) and now functions as a type of food hall. It is lively with a wonderful mix cuisines Caribbean, Moroccan, some seafood and sandwich bars ( not like ours) and wine- there ...
... declined to walk around Paris wearing his :( Again a good size and fun group (10) with another couple being Aussies from Harvey Bay. First stop was the Eiffel Tower. Drew informed us that Gustav Eiffel won a competition to build the tower for the 1890 expo. He won, but was then told to build it at his expense... He agreed on the proviso that all earnings from it for the first 5 years were his. He recouped his costs in 6 months!!! Unbelievably it was ...
... tiniest apartment! Bed upstairs and bathroom downstairs, nothing else! Okay, so we showered and hit the streets for some much needed nourishment. While walking it was either hailing or sleeting, not really sure? So we opened our umbrella to find out, it is totally broken, limp on one side and sticking out on the other. Not sure how long its been this way but we moved it from FL to CA and then brought it international only to throw it away 10 minutes into the ...
... another right at Rue du Mont Cenis, walking down a flight of stone steps littered with broken bottles and vomit and smelling of stale ****.
Shop l'Orange didn't open till 10 so instead of continuing down Mont Cenis I turned left into Rue Custine which soon became Rue Caulaincourt. I bought a punt of fresh raspberries and headed back to Mont Cenis and found the church next to its little roundabout that the guy at reception had provided by way of a landmark. ...