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 …
... its the longest line we have seen.
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We arrive at Hotel de Ville too early for our catch up with Nic so we indulge in some street food in the town square across from the hotel. Matt and Stacey find a stall that is selling a local version on potato ...
Our first day in Paris, city of Love. We start our day with coffee and croissants. We went to the Notre Dame, situated on the island in Seine River. Construction began in 1163 and was built in stages, the iconic towers being built later. There was no line to enter and it was free. The stained glass was beautiful especially the round windows. Makes me want to watch the disney movie, Hunch back ...
... not in the cathedral but on the parvis of the cathedral, as Henry IV is Protestant.
Paris France is one of the most beautiful cities I have ever seen! I know this because yesterday Claire and I spent thirteen hours walking around and touring this beautiful city.
After enjoying ourselves the night before with our bit of wine, we woke up at 7:30 had breakfast at 8:30 and were ready to go by 9. Our first stop was obviously the Eiffel tower. Upon taking our first few steps off the metro we turned around to see this breathtaking ...