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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Multilingual staff
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... and past Notre Dame. We both enjoyed our first fresh macaron from my favorite place, Pierre Herme - of course, mom gravitated to the salted caramel and I went with my standby...anything with pistachio! The first of many macarons to come! According to my iPhone, we walked 6 miles in just a half day! Just the tip of the iceberg... Tomorrow is a bus tour of the entire city. Hoping for no rain! Off to get some ZzZzZs! Goodnight from Paris! ...
... of the tunnel roughly between Calais and Dover. The speed in the tunnel is limited to 100 mph. Once through the tunnel we only had another 15 or 20 minutes before we found ourselves at St Pancras International train station in north central London. With an hour’s time difference from Paris, we arrived at 09:15 Zulu.
On arrival in the station I saw preparation for a celebration, with lots of press present. I found they were celebrating the 20th ...
... we. Half an hour later we were at the front of the queue and the bloke sitting on the stool at the head of the queue asked us where we were going. I answered Montparnasse he called to a bloke in a suit and said to us '50 to Montparnasse fixed price' I asked if he was a taxi and said 'yes fixed price taxi charge you meter 80 to Montparnasse'. Then a driver got out of the next taxi and walked up to us and I said to him 'how much to Montparnasse, he wants ...
... and Tuileries gardens so near we can easily walk.Lots of good shopping also, but today is Sunday so everything is shut except for Cafés.
Tomorrow is a national Holiday , Fete National, so retail wise everything will be closed.This means the galleries etc will be packed, however, Allie and Ros would like to do Musee D'Orsay. There are also fireworks at The Eiffel Tower , and a military Parade, so maybe we will be able to experience those.
Our evening cycle tour was great! We were fitted with bikes, given instructions about signals and made to feel like a team! We were to ‘DOMINATE’ the road at times; use our hands and faces to express our power over the traffic; keep in front of the ‘derriere’ rider; follow our fearless leader Alexandria; enjoy the lovely weather; stop to take photos; buy a great ice-cream and listen to historic commentary and take in all the ...