Centre Ville Etoile
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... kind of traveling, I think it is really important to have time to decompress at the end of the day. Not go mention we often forget how fragile or bodies are, and that mental rest is just as important as physical rest. A friend I met in Copenhagen explained it really well: we have a challenge zone where you can be active and push your boundaries, and then we have a comfort zone. So after living in my challenge zone for the day, giving time to my comfort zone is a well ...
... accommodation, Hotel California. We were headed down the Champs Eleysee and saw a welcoming light. Our heads were heavy and our sight was growing dim so we had to stop for the night. After ringing the bell, the janitor met us at the doorway with "Welcome to the Hotel California", and I thought 'this could be heaven or this could be hell'. We checked in and then headed out to soak up the atmosphere of Paris Christmas markets on Champs Elysees. We proceeded down one side ...
... and stopped to fill the car up with petrol with a view of the Eiffel tower beside us! After a somewhat stressful half hour or more in peak hour, we both drew a big sigh of relief when we pulled into the Europcar parking lot at Gare de Lyon. I don’t know how my parents ever managed driving around here in their campervan 35+ years ago, circling the Arc de Triomphe using an old fashioned street map – there is no way we would survive without the trusty GPS!
From Gare ...
... or they try to trick tourists into spending more. Either way, it was ok as I love the stuff!
We got back to our meeting point an hour later. One of the Australian tourists was telling me how she asked for 15 slices of Prosciutto to share with her friend and daughter and ended up with thick slices that came to around 700grams and almost 50 Euros!!! That made me feel a little better!
We then got back on our bikes where Mark led us around the lush ...
... after battling with the key to unlock the deadlock- for a moment there I thought we might be spending our time in Paris locked in there!)
We are staying under five minutes walk from the Barbes-Rochechouart Metro station. We headed there, bought two carnets (2x10 single tickets), and caught the train to Cite station. I thought it would be easy to find Notre Dame on the Ile de la Cite however I still managed to get completely disoriented so ...