Hotel Regent'S Garden
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... One. On the map, the roads are arranged around the arch just like a spider web. The most famous of those streets is the Champs Elysee, which hosts one of the final spectacles of cycling's Le Tour De France each year in July, so we were excited to be here. The street is quite a few lanes wide in each direction (it's a divided road), it has a cobblestone surface, and it slopes unrelentingly for a couple of kms up to the arch. It is lined with cafes and boutique shops and ...
... the Honesty bar)...... We have discovered a nice little boulangerie down the road which has the best vanilla yoghurt -- (actually has visible vanilla bean seeds!) and croissants so breakfast in our apartment is also cheap and nice.
I am practicing the remnants of my school french as best I can... though the volume of rapid reply renders me useless and I have to then confess that I have reached my limit! Still - last night as we sat at a curb side ...
Today we woke up and dad ordered us to get ready to go to the catacombs.
He ordered a taxi to take us there, we waited for like 30 minutes before it arrived but when it did it was worth it, it had a driver dressed in a tuxedo and the car was all black and fancy.
When we got there the line was like 1000 people and when we were looking for the back we were looking for like 1 minute it was so long.
But we saw a guy looking for people to do a tour with and there was no wait so ...
... and enjoyed a relaxing breakfast. We then moved on to the Arc de Triomphe for some more steps. We have decided that "steps" has been the primary theme of our Paris stop. I have never climbed so many stairs in all of my life! We climbed all the way to the top and had an amazing 360 degree view of the entire city. The girls wanted to run across the circle and risk our very lives but I couldn't do it, so the tunnel it was!
Our next stop ...
... assist us, There must have been 1000 people in the club, stacked in like sardines. we were definitly an inconvenience, but we were moved to the VIP area and given a bottle of champagne! Actually we were moved 4 times in and out of tables in the dark. Lauren was a little embarassed about all the fuss...I was delighted! Eventually we were given front viewing and made very comfortable as we did our best to drink our bottle of champagne (which we couldn't ...