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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Charma Paris
Hotel is on the edge of the city. Clean and comfortable but away from centre.
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... they were already out and looking sharp by about 10am this morning. Jim seemed conflicted when one of them motioned to him to come over and say hello. It meant a lot to me that he chose to stay with Jack and I for the day.
We had lunch at a small concession in the park. It would be hard to say which of the following highlights was the best part of lunch:
1. Jack's hamburger bun was so hard he couldn't bite into it
2. Jim's burger was raw in the ...
... took kiwi out for a photo up the eiffle tower and found my self having to explain to the tour guide what a kiwi is and then he needed a photo for his fb page
paris is a lot more spread out then I thought it would be and its quite overwhelming with how much there is to see and do in this city, so yes I only saw a very small part of paris, but im sure I will be back to paris at some pount and will see more of it then, so farewell for now paris, until next ...
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We soon finished our food and then headed home. The streets near our place were much less scary, as there was much more traffic. We stopped by a bakery on the way home and I had a huge brioche for 1.10 euros, which is probably the cheapest food item I have purchased so far. We then were home and prepared for our next day of travel. On to ...
... our last bit of shopping to do. Here you can buy many types of chocolate, biscuits and souvenirs all on the same floor, and even get a drink while you are doing it! We all cam away with a big red La Fayette bag from here. All this shopping meant that we had a late lunch, but the view was incredible. We sat in a small park used by the Templars which contains the oldest tree in the whole of Paris. The view across the Seine towards the whole ...
... It was a wonderful night of laughs, good conversation and making a new acquaintance. After getting midnight crepes, we decided to make our way home, however had missed the last metro train so we had to take a Parisian taxi home. Much more pleasant than that of Kuala Lumpur!
Tuesday. Our last day in Paris. We got up early...ish and made our way out to Versailles. Where King Louis XIV had set up residence hundreds of years ago as an escape from the problems of the French ...