Hotel Le Quartier Bercy - Square Paris
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... I spent 0.50€ but I was looking at shoes for 149€ and hats for 89€. On my way I passed what must have been the largest Sephora store in the world. I was going to go in until I saw how far back it went and was worried I’d never be able to find my way back out again.
It was along this route that I saw the Paris headquarters for Abercrombie and Fitch. It was a frickin palace!! I wasn’t the only one who wanted a picture either (pic ...
It was 38 degrees today so we slept in as it was cool in our room. About lunch time we ventured out but worked out the metro lines so that we could pop up close to Hard Rock Cafe for lunch. It feels like being a mole, burrowing underground to keep cool. This was our last Hard Rock for the trip and it was busy with tourists trying to escape the heat. It was air conditioned, but not in the way Australians would call air conditioned. There was one cold spot in ...
... our hotel, we entered a chocolatier shop to taste test their gelato and macaroni (cookies that are colorful and look like mini hamburgers). Mmmmmmm :-). So I've mentioned how cold it is here... I have to imagine how charming this city is in warmer, flowering time, weather. It's probably way more crowded, too, but still the wintertime scene has a beauty of its own that's not easy to articulate. Seeing the shapes of the leaf barren tree branches is fascinating. Plus the French love ...
... it was stuck in traffic and stabbed him
to death. There are two different sights to check out that mark the
place where Henri IV was killed. Both are located on the Rue de la Ferronnerie, but one is a few dozen paces away from the other one.
- See more at: http://www.coolstuffinparis.com/henri-i v-assassination.php#sthash.vR9QROBx.dpu f
Henri IV was the king of France from 1589 to 1610, right up until he went and got himself assassinated in broad ...
... the northern Paris including Montmartre and past the Moulin Rouge. Definitely the more seedy part of Paris. It was OK, but not really what I think of when I think of Paris, except for the Moulin, and we can walk to that from our hotel - as we did to see the show Feerie.
So enjoyed it. We had better seats than the last time we went. Of course I got into trouble for taking photos - even before the show ...