Hotel Jeanne d'Arc
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Wonderfull small Parisienne hotel, right in the heart of the Marais district. Not a flashy upmarket establishment, but rather a small boutique hotel which caters for those who value location and service. The rooms are small (not unusual for Paris) but comfortably furnished with a distinctively French flavor. The bed is comfortable, the bathroom is clean and functional, wifi works well, the staff are welcoming, efficient and knowledgeable about the local area. The hotel is well located with dozens of restaurants and cafes nearby. Rue de Rivoli is only a block away where you can find heaps of bars and food shops. Bastille, Republique, the Picasso Museum and Pompidou centre are within easy walking distance. The closest metro is only 5 minutes away where you can catch a train into central Paris for connections to Eiffel Tower, Louvre, Champs Elysees etc etc. Highly recommended as a place to stay in Paris.
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Out of bed at 4:00 a.m., breakfast at 4:30, van pickup at 5:00, airport at 5:30, said good-bye to Issam with thanks for a wonderful tour, Air France flight to Paris left at 7:45. Arrived Paris at 11:30 to find sunshine and spring with blooming chestnuts and other flowering trees. Walked to where we were planning to catch a bus into town and found a …
... to do this overview tour at night because the traffic is so much less - you can really cover a lot of ground.
Well, the most captivating sight is for sure the Eiffel Tower, so you'll see a lot of those photos in this album. The good news is that the rain has stopped, and we hope we've seen the last of it! It is now after 2am, and we're out the door at 8am to see Versailles - so good night!
... complained about the hard work it was to climb up the Champs Elyse, and then the peak of the bridge at the Eifel tower. We all looked at her, and Brian said his bike was great in the lowest gear. Cheryl goes...... gears? and she is only a bottle blonde!)
The ride back along the Seine was great. Again the waters edge had cycle paths, and areas for activities, which are fully utilised. Every so many meters along the way there are these great ...
... approach an airport worker to find out where the nearest restroom and activities desk was. "Bonjour Mesdames. Où se trouvent les toilettes?" I asked proudly. I probably sounded like a 2 year old speaking to this lady, but none the less, I asked in French. *about 30 seconds of French flowed from this ladies mouth* she was smiling and seemed eager to help. But I had no clue what she said 8-/. Darn, well that was a fail. French 1 = Johnny 0 With a ...
... It was rather easy apart from the fact we got a bit splashed.
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