Hotel Exe Paris Centre
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... our pastries (which were quite good). We walked back to the flat and got ourselves settled in for a small rest. After an hour, no one but Ken had slept, so we decided it was time to get moving. We walked over to rue Cler, one of my favorite streets and had a light lunch of the requisite crepes.
Now, it was time for the highlight of the day, Versailles. We had planned on doing it on Thursday, but found out that there was a strike planned for that day and ...
... area is called St. Germain and borders the Latin district (other end from where we are staying) of which I had no idea was so long/large. We passed by quite a few of eating places in search of coffee and lunch but it took us a while to settle on somewhere as they were either a bit boring, a bit expensive for what they were offering to the ridiculously out of our budget Michelin Star rated. We continued to enjoy our discovery through the lanes and streets ...
... took the metro to the Arc De Triomphe. Lets just say I was defiantly not expecting the Arc to be as big as it was. It was HUGE. Near the Arc was a famous street with all designer stores. We stopped into Longchamp (because how can you not stop there in Paris). Christy and Alyssa bought really cute bags. It took everything in me to not get another. Dinner was also on that street where we got really good salads. The night ended with macaroons and a good sleep.
... and then jumped back on. I was (so!) glad to get out of there. Bad costumes and plastic rubbish not the mention the typical European barging into and past you. It's safe to say day 3 saw me channeling the French, holding my ground (when walking crowds)and forgetting my manners. They seem overrated in France...when in Rome and all that ... We were met by the usual barrage of street vendors which we made our way past...avoid ...
... they probably wouldn’t see anything. I rearranged things in my purse, and ventured out again to the streets.
I went to the metro station across the street and purchased 4 tickets. This was a very convenient metro line 1, going to many famous sites, but I walked up, above ground and decided to take a bus # 63 to Saint Germain-des-Pres area. There are several bus stops on Boulevard Diderot, going in different directions; their routes are posted at the stops, so it is easy ...