Hotel De La Plage
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Woke up at 7:00am. Slept great! Coffee in hotel lobby Croissants from Boulangerie across the street (€3.95) Took M13 Metro to St Lazare: walked to Opera House. Day train pass €28 Took the Big Bus tour of Paris; Took over 2 hours due to crazy traffic. Bought a 2 day pass (€136.00 - €34 each) Lunch at Bistro St Germaine - Large Kronenbourg beer, Karin & Meg had crepes with chicken & mushrooms, Bill had a ham & cheese ...
... and decided to go back to the airport. Even though I had to wait a long time, at least there were no scary men :)
In the plane to Paris, I was in a middle row. Very disappointed that there were no USB connections in the plane and only 2 toilets were in use, but whatever; I was happy that we would finally leave.I sat next to a Spanish girl, Laura. A nice girl, who was in a similar situation with her boyfriend. He went for a year to Indonesia while she lives in ...
... for dinner in the Eiffel Tower. The Eiffel Tower was more amazing than I could have imagined! You can see the Eiffel Tower from everywhere in the city, but to be directly under it and see the magnitude is breathtaking. I have to admit the 1st elevator to the 2nd level and the 2nd level itself, I was scared. But, once I got my feet, I got over it. The elevator to the summit (top of the Eiffel Tower) was ...
... than all the tickets we had to buy to link the two together. Had we known the lengths one had to go to to get there, and what it was like when we got there, we probably would have bought the DVD. Get there early we said, miss the crowds. Are we insane? Trains pull in every ten minutes loaded with thousands of mis matched tourists, busting the doors down to race up the hill to the Palace. The Palace Versailles. home to all the ...
... etiquette is probably one of the things we struggle with most. The food stores, markets, retail shops, tourist places and transport are all easier to navigate and pretty universal in their rules, however the Paris restaurant system evades me. We wait at the store front to be given a table and it seems that some do want u to do that, while other waiters walk right past- you must choose ur own seats and sit. After this uncomfortable time is done there seem ...