Hotel Villa Saxe Eiffel
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
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... a delight, there are so many beautiful buildings to see and the people-watching is superb! We spent the rest of the day visiting the highlights, the glorious Notre-Dame, the Arc de Triomphe and, or course, the Eiffel Tower!
While gazing at the Eiffel Tower we pretended to hang a lock on the famous bridge ...
... though I'm a big fan of the movie, I had no idea this was a real place. Lucky for us, Kyla is great at making friends and we got the tip from fellow US travelers while on the metro. Lucky for them, they bought tickets in advance and left us in the dust when we first got there. The line stretched a couple blocks and even Jo's charm couldn't buy us a deal better than the sticker price listed on the poster outside of the venue. Maybe next time.
... away. We spend two enjoyable hours seeing everything from 5,000 year old pottery, to the Mona Lisa, and some 19th century masterpieces. It really is stunning, and a true world treasure.
We have to make one observation. When we were in China a couple of months ago, we read that the City of Paris had agreed to work with China to allow China to bring police officers to Paris to protect Chinese tourists (apparently their brash behavior has offended the locals). At ...
... a wonderful ride to Paris. Soon we were going about 320 km/h (200 mph) and speeding through the German countryside. On the train I focused on some practical endeavors. First I bought our packet of 10 public transportation tickets instead of waiting to do it at the station. Then I downloaded some French common terms and started to memorize. I used the speaker feature if google translate to try to get the pronunciation. I also read the entire Paris guide that Andrew and ...
... filled crepes, rode the carousel right next to it, watched it light up at 9pm sharp. (Apparently it lights up every hour on the hour… I felt a little betrayed when I found this out since no one in my life has ever felt the need to tell me this!), and danced underneath the sparkling tower at midnight to Frank Sinatra. Super casual.
The next and last full day in Paris was not so generic. Well, maybe a little. We got caught in ...