Hotel R De Paris
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- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... stop for the night is Autun, France as we crossed into France about 11am to our hotel which is an old convent for the Ursuline order of nuns. It has been converted into this hotel and the exterior courtyard is awash with colour today. The old section of the city isn't very big but we walked around to see what we could see.
There is very little English spoken here and once again Brigitte's translation saved the day.
We are in the heart of Burgundy.
(The bathroom consists ...
Today marks the arrival of the James family in Paris, flight was terrific, can't speak highly enough of the staff of Singapore Airlines, weather on arrival is perfect, got off the plane and straight onto public transport which was met by a couple of meltdowns from me, figured it out and arrived safely at our apartment, unpacked, had a nana nap and picked up some groceries, tomorrow begins our sightseeing adventure, ...
... like lemurs tails poking up, you get so over them. After the palace and another 7 hours of waking the second highlight of the trip was a royal cheese, fries and coke zero from mcdonalds. I'd never been happier. Then as I bought malteasers and water for the train, the train from Versailles didn't exist anymore and we needed to walk to the next station. Finally home, legs aching, I ate the rest of my macarons, half eaten by Jen who couldn't resist but sample them all the night before ...
... br> The Notre Dame was next on our list. The line was short and we were able to listen and observe part of the Vespers service. The pipe organ was playing most of the time and sounded beautiful.
A walk along the Seine to the Eiffel Tower proved to be longer than we thought, but paid off as we watched the tower light up as it got dark. We asked several people to take our picture with the Eiffel Tower in the background. They were ...
... and they seem very comfortable both in that scene and with their hands in your back as Charlotte and I experienced. From there we walked back to the hotel. When the day was all said and done we had walked 9.5 miles. Charlotte took just over 20,000 steps, I just under 17,000 #stridelength. For dinner we headed to the Eiffel tower... yea, there is a restaurant IN the EIFFEL TOWER. It again was an ...