Centre Ville Etoile
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- Drycleaning onsite
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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19th September - Jenny and I decided to go to Paris for the long weekend. One of her friends from Mexico (Emma), who's an air hostess, had a stopover there and offered to let us stay in her hotel room for free. Jenny and her boyfriend, Johannes, picked me up in the morning from Chris’ house to go to Giessen train station; however they were late so we ended up missing our train in Giessen and had to drive to the Frankfurt station (where we almost missed the next ...
... are still merely set aside until their fate is
decided. A set of 8 new bells was cast by the same foundry in Normandy
that had cast the four in 1856. At the same time, a much larger bell
called Marie was cast in the ...
... The entire forecourt was set up with chairs, screens and speakers to broadcast the choirs inside the cathedral and the concerts over the weekend - Vivaldi and Bach were featured.
After we put the 17th century to bed, we decided to find lunch and watched street vendors making crepes - pouring, spreading, smoothing, flipping, spreading with Nutella, folding into triangles, wrapping and serving with a napkin. Decadent comes to mind. I can ...
... After looking around for 90 minutes and getting lost, i left the museum and went to the outside.
I then headed to the river, walked along it and went looking for lunch, i found a place that did take away, picked up some food and ate while walking – not very french, but i had limited time. I walked over the bridges to Notre dame. I joined the line to get into the church, got in, walked around, took some pictures and explored the church, ...
... and could easily pass as a French girl! We were in no particular rush, which was a good thing, because the service became less attentive the longer we lingered. No matter; the leisurely 2-hour lunch was enjoyed by all, and I'm glad I finally had the chance to meet Danielle.
After saying our good-byes, with some discussion of another meeting before Dee and I leave Paris, we gingerly descended the 100+ ...