Bourgogne et Montana Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
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... some food and went shopping instead - I came away with a couple of goodies. It was interesting though, the cabby (who's English wasn't great) was loving chatting to us and he very firmly told me "Termini (the main train station), many gypsy (pick pockets). It turns out that he was absolutely right about this and I got to experience this first hand. As we lugged our suitcases through the underground and up an escalator, I got ...
... of Paris' which he found through a 'Secrets of Paris' bike tour. Set on two wheels the he was taken through took some of the backstreets by a local Uni student including the Latin Quarter and Jewish area of Paris. Lots of book shops, cute cafes, quirky shops and streets, and most importantly, locals were found. It provided us with plenty of places to go back and subsequently visit (Shakespeare Book Company, Victor Hugo's apartment, the worlds best falafel, the worlds best ...
... and second. The third level observatory's upper platform is 276 m
(906 ft) above the ground, the highest accessible to the public ...
... just spent a bit of time at Pacific Parc. Free to get in, it looked like an American diner. Great fun especially when I joined a group playing air guitar on a table.
Phew I was tired at the end of a great day. Anne Frank, David Beckham and Air Guitar -that’s something to tell everyone when I get home. Oh and I did have a glimpse at the Red Light District if you must ask, wow we don’t have anything like that at ...
... on "priority access" passengers. Many business travelers will go to great lengths to keep these perks, and I have to admit I follow the requirements closely, to not miss out if I can help it.
We took a taxi into Paris through what the French call either a bouchon (a cork) or an embouteillage (an embottlement), both meaning traffic jam. They do like bottles and corks in France, actually the contents of the bottles, but no one in the world like ...