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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Concierge desk
- High-speed internet in room
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... handbag after replying to Jeff's text at the hotel. Oh boy! I quickly grabbed Jeff's cell phone, called the hotel and asked them to grab my cell phone (which I left on the room service table!) and to mail it to me in the US. Being that there was absolutely nothing I could do about this, I quickly decided to roll with the punches and let it go! Who needs a cell phone when in Paris anyways? C'est la vie!
Our day took another unexpected turn when we ...
... the Eiffel Tower.
We also spent some time on the Left Bank, and I finally visited Shakespeare and Company bookstore. For those of you who don't know me all that well, I have a slight addiction to books. I can hear my parents now - "Slight?" I love books. I love bookstores. I love libraries. I especially love old bookstores and libraries. I never worked at a bookstore, because I knew I would never have any take home pay. ...
... checked out the gift shop and headed back to the train station.
The train going back was a welcome respite from our walking. Another smooth ride and we got off at the Eiffel Tower stop and walked back to the hotel for a break. The RER C is a great way to get to and from Versailles, however make sure to hold onto your ticket as we had to swipe them at the exit at the Eiffel Tower. If you don't have it, or swipe the wrong one, the turnstyle ...
... Eiffel tower, it was quite funny watching everyone doing jump shots, trying to touch the tip of the tower all those cheesy shots which of course we attempted also, then we got approached by a photographer who said he could take pictures for us and if we didn't like any we didn't have to purchase but they were only ten euro each. We ended up getting one and Kate wished she had made more of an effort to do her hair and make up but it was still pretty cool!
... elevator. Open glass door and let kids out, open main apartment iron gate and lower kids and stroller onto street. On your own this isn’t so bad but with the kids + stroller + bag(s), the effort is 5X. In San Jose, you open the front door, load the kids and stroller into the car (buckle them up) and drive off. I also terribly miss our yard and space we have outside the house to hang around outside. Our apartment does have a little walkway outside the living room, but ...