Hotel Choiseul Opera
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Nice hotel, clean, fit for purpose, take your own bottle opener for the mini bar though. We only used it to sleep in.
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My sister and I went to Paris to go to a concert and decided to try to cram in as much sight seeing as we could in the short time we had there so we got the first Eurostar over in the morning and the last one back the next day. We found the public transport system very easy to work, I get lost on the London underground and wouldn't even attempt the …
... stop, the one we needed had just pulled away. Since it was supposed to come every 30 minutes, we waited for almost an hour trying to be optimistic, except the bus never came back. After that we found another way to make it through the metro to our hotel. That meant hauling our 50 pound suitcases and 20 pounds of carry-on luggage up and down endless amounts of stairs. When we finally got to our stop, we had four flights of stairs to go up. Needless ...
... sun was out. One of the first things you do on this tour is pick a buddy, someine you aren,t travelling with. I picked Lee. She is from South Carolina and came with her husband James. After ther Cluny I asked Lee if I could join them for lunch. in the end 7 of us went to lunch.
Before we entered the Cluny William took us on a tour of the neighborhood. The Cluny is right next to the Sorbonne and the St.Germain district, which is kind of shi ...
... Was interesting that some parts were crowded and others deserted. Anyone visiting for the first time would do well to find out where the escalators are as there are so many steps! ( hint they are on one side only).
Our feet were sore after the walk back to our hotel, but we managed to freshen up and, on a recommendation from our receptionist, walked to yet another French eating establishment, this time near to the Sorbonne - Louis Vins in Sainte ...
... friends with our neighbors at the table next to us; one was a wealthy woman who owns a house overlooking the water in Monaco and the other, a famous (in Europe) singer named Sedrick Hamilton (aka Seddy J). They gave us lots of tips for watching out for pickpockets and which restaurants to visit.
The night ended with us playing gin (where Ashlyn destroyed Tyler) on our balcony and drinking wine we’d purchased back in London at ...