Chambiges Elysees Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of the perennial wanderer. After a few false starts, I managed to sort these three matters relatively swiftly before heading out eagerly onto the streets of Paris outside Gare du Nord...
Having visited Paris a number of times previously, I had no imperatives in my agenda, just a desire to make the most of the last day of my travels. Despite general misgivings about the French, based on historical prejudice and some, ...
... escaped here often! We then ventured through the outskirts of the grounds to the canal, again man made where we sat on the grass and devoured our lunch....we by far had the best spread with our guides extremely impressed with our choices. After about an hour of relaxing we made our way back to drop off our trusty steeds before walking back to visit the Chateau. Words cannot describe the opulence, yes it is real gold! However this is one place that they don't ...
... brand name. What's the use of having something if you can't show it off? After a quick shop it was back to the apartment to lighten the load and then lunch at the little brasserie below. A couple of brothers run the bar and we are almost on a first name basis. They run a friendly little show and make a really nice onion soup or a little veal gravy and chips with a beer. You can tell what I had after that frenzy of shopping. Then it was off to ...
... The Eiffel Tower is an amazing construction - standing under it quite daunting. We were not harassed by any gypsies / pick pockets as some of our group were. Back to the hotel by 4pm, so Paul and I used the time to visit the local shopping centre near the hotel, where I had to ask 3 people, "parley-vous Anglais?". I was in luck; only one person did not speak French and that was a young women in the perfume department of a large ...
... the bus to do another route. This one was called Bastile Bercy which included - - Bastille Opera - Seine river - La Merais museum I missed some because I kept nodding off. The trip took nearly all day but was a great way to relax and enjoy all the sights. We headed back our hotel exhausted and had a nana nap before dinner. Per packed as we had to get up early the next day for the train to our Chenonceau to meet the cycle ...