De Vigny Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Babysitting service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Breakfast Available
- Room service
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Friday, May 15, 2015 – Dijon – Paris. We took the high-speed TGV TRAIN to Paris first thing in the morning. This train goes up to 200 mph. All we had to do was to take our back packs with anything we needed for the day. Antonio would meet us in Paris with our luggage when we booked into the hotel in the late afternoon and we could say our goodbyes to him then. An older coach was waiting for ...
Brrrr! We're freezing, but it gave us something to shop for! We clearly didn't bring the right cold weather gear, but we are covered now after our open top bus tour peppered with a little shopping. Heavy coats, check! We saw a lot of the city today via L'Open Tour. After a petit dejeuner we hopped aboard for the chilly ride and nearly as quickly, hopped right back off to secure ...
... Except Galleries La Fayette is not the place for those of us on normal income... Dior, Louis Vuitton, Hugo Boss, Gucci, Bulgari, Calvin Klein, Lacoste, Mont Blanc etc etc etc...too expensive for my blood... Eight levels of Fashion names !!! The centre piece of Lafayette is just magnificent... So worth the visit just to see that.. Headed for the 'normal' shops for some retail therapy.. After an afternoon rest we headed for our cabaret show at Crazy Horse ( ...
... talk to you in English… in the shops they will normally speak only I French (with few exceptions).
After visiting the church I’m staying above the stairs and listening the music for a while. An there is “small” bonus here, nice view to the city from above. To this moment I thought Paris doesn’t have any higher places. But it’s late today and the musician is starting to play badly… I’m going back to the hotel to sleep for ...
I don't have a whole lot to say since the last update, but Julia and I have been taking it easy the past few days because we both caught some sort of cold or mild flu. Nonetheless, we've been out and about everyday, living off of sandwiches and cheap eat from the local chain supermarches. We do have plans to eat at various new and old cafes in the next few days. Soon we will check out the world-famous cemetery Pere-Lachaise, which is known for its ...