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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... br> That was the end of our list of things to do for today. A rest in the room before dinner was a nice treat. We ate dinner at Fleurus cafe, which is just a few buildings down from our hotel on the corner. This was the night for escargots! We ordered 6 and shared them. The waiter nicely demonstrated how to get the snail out of the shell, but Renee and I could not get it to work so Matthew had to scoop them all out for us. The waiter also told us ...
... to the max.
And I couldn't connect to the wireless at the Airport. I wanted to send a message to the parents but I couldn't as messging wasn't working. There was an pay as you go computer terminal that connected to the internet but it was very slow. I was able to post on Facebook. It is one of the things I find most frustrating here in Paris. The only time I can get on the internet is to connect to a free or open Wifi. I guess a global phone does ...
... day getting over that one!
From here we walked to the Pont Neuf...the original "love lock" bridge where upon the girls declared that we should place our lock for when we go back next time (I assume they meant 'sans kids'!).
Museè D'Orsay was next to see the Impressionists and then from here we made our way to the Eiffel Tower for our evening tour. We had a very nice American tour guide who told us a bit of the background as to how the tower came to ...
... Paris Story was our next stop but unfortunately it is beside a huge Lindt chocolate store. We were sucked into this vortex of decadence and succumbed. Clutching our bag of treats we went and watched the film about Paris. Then, having a full day went back to the flat. After the required nap we took off to the Montparnasse area, just beside the Luxemburg Gardens for a lovely dinner at Agi and Thea's place - we finally found it - which was followed by a ...
Victory in Europe Day celebrations meant very easy driving this morning as it is a public holiday. Antonio drove us around the city while the local guide (I've forgotten her name) told us more information about the city and what we were looking at. Information overload!! The roundabout at the Arc de Triomphe wasn't yet closed so we drove around it twice (reminiscent ...