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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Babysitting service
- Concierge desk
- High-speed internet in room
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... place to come across when you are hungry - the food and drink and cakes were just to die for. We were looking for a cheap supermarket to buy a few supplies like orange juice, milk and a loaf of bread.... well about $100 later walked out with chocolate eclairs, pasta, gourmet sandwiches etc. oh well C'est la vie. Hi its Charlie here I had a great birthday. Thank you for your messages, cards and money. I have been buying some souvenirs. Today was the best day. Love ...
Paris was so much fun and exhausting. But it was a great weekend. Yes, I am late on posting this. I have been very busy (as usual).
I have never done so much in a single weekend. I will start at the beginning. After arriving in Paris by the Eurostar, we took a a coach to the hotel (yes, a hotel). On the way to the hotel A few things stood out:
1) They drive in the right side of the road.
2) There are no lines on the road.
... a beautiful meal with view of Notre Dame.
Notre dame was gorgeous! I've seen so many beautiful cathedrals, but this one stands out beyond so many!
Lastly we headed to the Eiffel tower to relax before heading to the train station. It was an amazing trip and worth every penny! I hope to go back again ...
Paris, the week leading up to Bastille Day! Claire went crazy in the shops, all of whom had sales this time of year. We got around mainly by walking, with our step counter indicating an average of around 15km each day. Claire was finally convinced to go into the Louvre, but the vast volume of artwork and statues is ...
... thousands of kilometres over many weeks and had grown rather used to our own company. I suppose it was helpful to be reminded of the existence of other people outside our bubble.
For dinner, we walked across the palace car park to a classy French restaurant. Not big, nor posh, but very stylish and it has to be said, very expensive. As my dad would have loudly put it, authentically French ( except that he used a different adjective which is now considered distinctly un-PC ). ...