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 …
Upon arrival Paris, start your city tour in Paris which includes
Paris’s greatest treasure - the Gothic Cathedral of
A panorama coach tour will ensure that famous sights like
Petit Palais, Place de la Concorde, Alexander lll Bridg
House and the Invalid. Next, we proceed to visit the most
recognizable tower in the world - Eiffel Tower (2nd level)
... I am just glad the Sorte stairs were the opposite to the Entrée stairs which allowed an unwind! There was a couple getting their wedding pictures at the base. We walked down the Avenue Des Champs Elysees & found a nice place to have a beer & shared a salad & small pizza. Very nice! Jumped on the green bus that took us past the Eiffel Tower again! By this stage thunder & lightning soon to be followed by rain had started so decided the lower section of the bus ...
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An impromptu afternoon at the cricket behind me, it was time to get back on the tourist trail, first stop Wainfleet, Lincolnshire, UK. Now, you won't find Wainfleet on too many tourist itineraries, indeed, most Brits don't even ...
... A huge staggering amount of people smoke in Paris. Its just bizarre.Especially women. It feels like as far as smoking goes, the place is stuck in the 1970s. The French might have killed their monarchy 200 years ago but in Paris, Tobacco is still king. In the evening, my walk from the office to the metro takes about 8 minutes, but I pass about 10 cafes with and bars with sidewalk tables along the way. I'm dodging clouds of second hand smoke the entire way and ...