Aviatic Hotel Saint Germain
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- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAviatic Hotel Saint Germain Paris
Oh my. The hotel was beautiful and elegant as were the staff. thank you so much for a very pleasant stay, comfortable and beautiful room. The staff were most helpful, and the breakfast, well what can I say except perfect.
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... of warm hats, gloves, scarves, real leather bags and wallets, intricate jewellery and lots of handmade decorations.
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We ended up near the ...
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Well this morning certainly started out with a bang. Our alarm went off at 4:45 am. It was dark outside and every Belgian in the city was surely still sleeping. We got ready for the day quickly and then headed down the stairs from the bedroom of our lovely B&B to the breakfast room. David was greeted by Jacqueline who had prepared a simple, yet delicious breakfast: hot milk with chocolate, toast, cheese, salami, yogurt, orange juice, and of course ...
... off at the next stop to try to find her. I continued on and the bus went down the Avenue De L'Opera towards the Musee De Louvre, then over the Pont Neuf and past the Notre Dame.
I opted to leave this route and catch another bus on the Orange Route. I had to wait 15 minutes for the next bus so I popped over the road and went to a bar and had a 1664 beer and a toilet break and then dashed back and caught the next bus. The orange route took us through the Latin Quarter, past ...