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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
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Travel Blogs from Paris
... quarter on the leftbank……we started with a visit to a skyscraper….not too high at 56 floors…..but high enough to see all of Paris!!!!
I still think Paris is a design masterpiece… there is such symmetry to its layout….the Seine river separating the city in to 2 distinct separate sides…wide boulevards extending out from the ...
... a taste. Only the one glass !!
On the bus again, and into Reimes itself. VERY Windy and cold getting off the bus. Had a tour of the cathedral there. This is where all the kings of France had their coronations. A lot of history, and the catheral is actually taller than Notre Dame. During WWI, this town was almost bombed into oblivion, with 80% of the town ...
... we settled in for the trip. Some of us settled in more than others, and straight across from me Dad and Daniel were asleep in almost an instant, pretty much in an identical position. I whacked my headphones in and kicked back to continue my blog, knowing the unprecedented anticipation from those back home for another instalment. Plus I didn't want it to get away from me and then start having to make stories up. I also had international roam hooked up on my phone in ...
... those hydraulics to bounce you around in sync with the movie you're watching, the drives you off to the next one. The whole thing takes some impressive choreography with video's being played back on the screen stretching in reality to match your changing perspective as you leave to visit another screen. There in lies the issue for the breakdown I had, if one cart packs it in, the whole sequence is busted and 80ish people have to abandon ship. Happily all that ...
... around full of locals enjoying a drink and lunch. It was really good to go somewhere that showed me a different and less touristy part of Paris. We sat in a cafe where they were doing some kind of alcohol promotion so lots of people partying and Guilhaume told me more about himself. He loves travel and meeting people from around the world. Hasn't been to Australia yet, but his favourite city is Rio - no surprises there! His nickname is Nok. I asked why? He had trouble explaining ...