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- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... t access the flight on their site in order to choose seats or check in online. My nerves being what they were, I even took to Twitter to complain (something that, let's face it, only really works for celebrities). They sort of argued with me, thinking I had messed something up, but BA let me choose seats and checkin, so it's them, not me. When I arrived at the airport, several hours early because I couldn't check in beforehand, I was told they only had ...
... squares in Paris, the Place de Republique. It is approximately 3.4 hectares and at the centre of the square is a large 9.5 metre bronze statue of Marianne, the female symbol of the Republic which honours the French Republic. The statue was built in 1883. This square is traditionally the starting point for demonstrations and rallies and it was the location for mass rallies after the terrorist attack on the office of Charlie Hebdo on 9 January, 2015 where 12 ...
... last km to Gare Austerlitz. I was had it! Made it back across the bridge.
The hotel had sorted it! We moved down to the second floor - room twice the size and the wifi worked!
I don't know why I haven't got time to do the blog this year. Maybe it's because the photos go on Facebook and nobody reads the blog anyway. So I'm just publishing this - and not even correcting anything.
... recent French statutes such as the horses of marly. We then saw some artifacts from the middle east. We saw some really impressive letter seals that were so detailed that you need a magnifying glass to see them. For the rest of the day we went around the panting section and saw some famous paintings like the Mona Lisa and the raft of the ...
... de Paris (aka Ferris wheel), and the motorcycles came driving up, ultimately parking right next to me. Well, now! This seems like the perfect way to begin Christmas in Paris! From there, I decided to head for the Christmas market that was set up for two blocks down the Champs-Elysees. Now, let's be honest, this has absolutely no chance of rivaling Germany. How can any other market come close?? I did however, dig right into a ...