Hotel Le Dauphin By Elegancia
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- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Meal plan
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... uses local guides. The guides in Edinburgh for Sandemans were both foreign and there for the summer. After the tour we had some lunch near the Pantheon. Here we got the real authentic French experience. The waiter was abrupt and even a bit rude. But somehow towards the end he was charming and joking with us. He might have just been in a grumpy mood when we arrived.
Next stop Chur (Switzerland), Milan, Venice and Florence... It's going to be busy... maybe.
... br> The Louvre had lots of paintings and sculptures, some really old artifacts like Egyptian mummies and guitars that were 5000 years old, and a set of rooms from back before it was a museum, showing what the furniture was like when Napoleon used to live there.
They had a whole lot of things that used to belong to the French kings and queens, too. One ...
... Ventured back to the hotel, did some reading and had a rest before heading out for more food...dinner at the Continental Pub. It was really looking forward to the mussels which according to Trip Advisor were fabulous. It certainly didn't disappoint and the staff were super friendly and helpful. I tried my first Tarte Tatin but perhaps it was this restaurant but I didn't enjoy it as much as I do the Creme Brulee. Ha Ha. Off to bed I went, ready for the next ...
... the men in suits, the women in beautiful dresses, Rebecca turns to me and says "they're gonna kick us out!" Thus, we came up with the backstory that we're heiresses just trying to live like regular folk. Luckily, we never had to actually say anything. With 4 girls crammed into a 2 person room, we all managed to sleep quite comfortably. We had a super french dinner on the Champs-élysees and my mother brought over my 3 tubs ...
... get in. Well we were lucky. We got off the train found a newsagent who sold tickets to the Louvre (as well as several other attractions around Paris) and walked straight in (straight in after we stopped at the information booth for directions). The Mona Lisa is on the second floor and we decided to make a bee line for it and then explore the remainder of the museum. Well our bee got lost and ...