Hotel Stendhal Place Vendome Paris - Mgallery Collection
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- Minbar in room
- Room service
- Smoking rooms available
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
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A visit to the Musee D’Orsay on Wednesday brought us out into a surprisingly cold morning. There is crispness in the morning air as rain clouds scatter quickly making way for brilliantly blue skies only to have more rain clouds blow in with sudden brief drenching showers.
... At the correct time, Anton turned up as did a family of 4 from London, and a couple from Melbourne. We walked to a carpark where the bikes were, and got ourselves organised (that meant taking long pants off, cos I thought short bike pants could just get wet, and had on 2 icebreakers, and the pink jacket). Then we got given sexy red ponchos as well. The bikes were 1 speed, and quite good to ride on. We rode for 4 hours and 14kms and saw a lot of things. The ...
didn't have much to worry about in Paris. Despite arriving just after the
Kosher Grocery hostage situation, there have been military and police everywhere. Paris
is an easy city to navigate, with the metro going most places (although it can
require multiple changes, which means multiple sets of stairs- lots of incidental exercise!).
When we arrived we just used the laundry in our hotel and went to the nearby
... and seeing as it was close to 6pm we decided to have dinner nearby in a café, wait to see the tower lit up after sunset and make our way home after that.
Had a tasty little tea but the highlight for me was: sitting in a Paris café, watching the sky darken and the night-life begin, seeing all the folks walk by in their tailored coats with tiny dogs tucked under their arms, and what comes on ...
... that we had lunch at Hippopotamus with my mum's cousin Diana Collins and her boyfriend. Later we went to the Arc de Triomphe. We climbed it and counted the steps. There were 275 steps. Next we hopped on a bus to the Trocadero for a view of the Eiffle Tower. We dipped our feet in the fountain and walked in the water. After we touched the Eiffle Tower we went home. The Mona Lisa by Nicholas I walked down the hallways through the Louvre, statues ...