Hotel Beaux Soleils
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Banquet room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... church who owned the building...). In any case, I ended up in this huge room, with basically a french phonetics professor, and a vietnamese man named tang (which should strike one as ridiculous, because here I am, in Paris, in a building literally behind the Musee d'orsay, pretending to be Henri in "Un air de famille" by Agnés Jaoui with a vietnamese man who I can't really understand when he speaks french. Also, I am essentially a playing the role of a man who is ...
... I made him walk in every puddle he came across till the smell went. Oh almost forgot....while walking by Notre Dame coming toward us three solders in full combat gear carrying machine guns! Surreal....figured asking them to stop so we could take a pic was probably bad form! A glass of wine and a meal under the verandah of a cafe/bar completed our day and back to the hotel. Train to Milan tomorrow....China yesterday, France today and Italy tomorrow it's like the amazing ...
... that provides the caricature of the Australian abroad. They missed a treat.
Room after room of priceless artifacts and art again being viewed through the aid of digital devices. We bought a book and flagged the need to get the camera out of the bag, save for the shot I had to take of the people cramming into the room to take the photo of the Mona Lisa. No wonder she's smirking, she must think they're mad.
... we bought a pan au chocolat for breakfast and a classic baguette ("tradition") for our picnic. Cheese was next. We were overwhelmed by all our choices and asked for recommendations. The man at the cheese counter was wonderful, and very passionate about cheese. He recommended two perfectly aged cheese, one ***********e soft. We bought both. Saying J'vous drai and Merci Beaucoup everywhere we went we felt very French. Our last stop was to the boucherie for meat. Surprisingly, the three ...
... well as look in the shops. After the hour it was time for our French dinner with choices of escargot and french onion soup for entree, french beef stew, duck a'la orange or local fish and finish with dessert and coffee. With a special treat of french singing. After dinner it was time to head back to the ...