Hotel Du Lac
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... oh, and the Musee D'Orsay of course. I also did some reading on the history of the Louvre whilst Stephen had a nap. We had dinner in a restaurant around in rue Montorgueil called the Marie Stuart. Stephen had boeuf steak and I had something called cornflake chicken which proved to be a chicken schnitzel with a garlic and crushed cornflake coating - very yummy. Stephen then had a Captain Morgan rum and I had a cognac to finish off the day and we headed ...
... s'il vous plait" that we had been warned would occur). We walked through the duty-free perfume purveyors into what looks like a high end mall--Prada, Hermes, etc--and found our gate, M45. Lots of time left for a final croissant and cafe au lait. Then Karen found some sofas where we have put our legs up for 20 minutes or so. Boarding starts 50 minutes before the scheduled flight time--aargh! That's a lot of time on the plane! The journey continues, but is clearly winding ...
... In any case, this is all about expanding horizons. Yesterday and today we refamiliarized ourselves with the Metro system. It is quite easy to follow. However, there are often long walks or very long climbs to make your transfers. Yesterday, we travelled down to Place de la Concorde, the Tuileries Garden and the Louvre for a Sunday stroll and then worked our way back by way of the neighbourhood that spawned this trip. Five years ago we stayed ...
... in Paris so it has remained. Up the lift to the second floor provided magnificent views of all Paris. A bit scary going up the lift but OK once we were there. It was very windy on one side and beautiful on the other. We met up again with Jaz and went for another delicious ice cream. Once home again we planned the next day and went for dinner at the corner pub. Delicious tapas and plantes with yummy French wine finished off another perfect ...
... number at a time to go in as the space is quite small, so we had to wait for a while. Of course it involved climbing lots of stairs (sigh) but the views from the cross walk about two thirds up were worth it. There were then more stairs to climb to get to the bell tower. A decision was made that one of us would go up and the other would go back down and wait in the square - you can decide who went up and who went down! Unfortunately ...