Chambiges Elysees Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Them back to face new challenges tomorrow Day 2 Today was a bit more challenging because of the rain. Lauren and I went to see Notre Same, but just from the outside and got some great pictures of one of the love lock bridge. Then we went to the Louvre and waited two hours to get inside. I think it was worth it though because we got in for free and then I got to see some amazing Greek and Roman sculpture, including the Venice de Milo. Not to mention the Louvre building itself ...
... street and back up the other. Maxine was keen to taste mulled wine which she hadn't had for many years and which she enjoyed immensely. Neil and John indulged in corn on the cob before we all had a delicious German sausage with onions. We wandered some more before Maxine and I had a delicious "Most" champagne. We followed up with some nougat and Caroline was determined to get her fairy floss. We then headed for bed after a sit down at a cafe for wine, coffee and hot ...
... it there only just in time to meet our tour guide.
We had signed up previously for the Wego free walking tour and it was fantastic. Three and a half hours of animated commentary made the 6.5km walk enjoyable and we all have a much greater appreciation of this amazing city now. The guide was impressed that we had signed up for the tour just twelve hours after flying in! The whole family have made an incredible effort today and I think the decision ...
... on her nose before flinging the "slippery suckers" all over the table. She also had us frantically look for the tickets she couldn't find for a good 30 minutes before she realized they were e-tickets. -JP was the only person in the entire city wearing shorts and made friends with the elevator conductor who "dropped her phone" at his feet. -I think their sleepiness rubbed off on me and I couldn't identify the fourth cheese that was on the platter so I took a scoop...it was ...
... through, your wish will come true, let's hope so! After the cruise we walked along the river to the restaurant La maison de verlaine, a real French bistro. For starters we had bruschetta costed with caviar, foie gras and carpaccio salmon. For mains we had scallops with prawns and asparagus and duck in honey. For desert we had apple tart and homemade profiteroles with a twist ice cream rather than cream. The meal was lovely and we had such a romantic ...