Ascott Arc de Triomphe Paris
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Good during day
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I got through my average double-flight day in Turkey and transit through Paris reasonably smoothly after the airport drama in the morning. It was a long day of waiting around and I really was exhausted by the time I heaved my pack off the bus in Paris and rolled into the Citizen M reception with relaxation on the mind. Paris was tropical compared to Cappadocia. It was a whopping 13° - I was almost sweating in my purple jacket.
After checking in I headed up to room only to realize ...
... of the stained glass windows on the ground level were wire cages to protect them from vandalism. The only thing to slightly sully the visit were, once again, the swarms of loud, photo-happy tourists. Despite the signs that say "no photos" and "silence please." After leaving Notre Dame we quickly visited two more places right around the corner. The first was the "love lock bridge," named so because it is covered with tens of thousands of locks, placed there by ...
... too expensive (€59 each) but the views we got were still damn awesome!! We walked through the park, where all the water boys from during the day, were now selling beer, wine and champagne. They were everywhere!! Same with the stupid rose guys, I had one touch me and shove the rose in my face - he just wouldn't take no for an answer...but we kept walking! The park is massive and heaps of people are just chilling out enjoying a drink or a ...
... I hadn’t used the bathroom since I left London and now this. I was in a taxi in about 45 minutes. The cabbie drove me all over the place to run up the meter and claimed he couldn’t speak English but every now and then he was talking plain English. He pointed out the famous Champs Elysees (pronounced chanz-e-lee-zay) Avenue to me. Yes. It is one of the most beautiful avenues in the world.
... the length of Canal St. Martin. It is a beautiful area, with lots of trees and broad footpaths to walks along. It is very popular in summer, but the days was a bit overcast with occasional showers, so there were not that many people about. We say one of the cruise boats coming down the canal and watched it go through two locks. Our original plan was to stay out late and check out the night life. The first place we came to was an edgy hip hop place. ...