Madeleine Haussmann Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMadeleine Haussmann Hotel Paris
Staff were friendly and helpful.
Good stay for a short weekend break. Small, yet you are not there to stay in hotel.. Hotel close to Madeleine area in Paris. Close to Place Vendôme and close to Metro stations.
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... has huge graves and memorials and lovely gardens - quite well kept. People buried there include people like Frederich Chopin - composer, Marcel Marceau - entertainer, Marcel Proust - writer, Moliere - playwright, Edith Piaf - singer, just to name a few. We, without the requisite map, found our way to Jim Morrison's grave - James Douglas Morrison - songwriter and poet, lead singer of 'The Doors'. He died in Paris in 1971 aged 27. The grave was a lot smaller than we expected - ...
... out of the many fountains but they were having a good time. The canal on the southern side of the road was not nearly as impressive or as well loved, and appeared to be more functional. Wednesday 6th August Off to Palais Versailles today. Morning rendezvous worked well and had time for a lovely omelet for breakfast. Rain got heavier as we got closer to the palace but eased a bit when we arrived. Have never seen so many people lined up to get in ...
... access to the upper part of the river.
We met back at the apartment and headed off for a drink nearby on Lea's insistence while she organised tea for our last night. Mat had been out fishing for the afternoon, unsuccessfully, but I wasn't keen on carp for dinner anyway! He actually wasn't fishing to eat, just for sport :)
Our last meal was lovely, Lea had gone to some effort to cook a Duck Salad for entre and Confit Duck for ...
... of this cathedral first built in the 12th century and still used for worship today.
By this time we needed dinner and wine, so we headed back to our apartment by way of the café at Place de Bastille. Fortified with pizza and wine, we made it home after another stop at a boulangerie for cherry tarts. We can hardly pass the neighborhood bakeries without stopping for treat. They are ...
... of the local food. Maddi sampled some frogs legs and Tim tried the escargot!
On the way back to the hotel we again visited the Eiffel Tower which sparkles for a few minutes every hour. This was magnificent. This night signalled the end of the tour.
The following morning (Easter Sunday), we sadly said goodbye to Maddi who was heading back to school. The rest of us visited the Louvre museum for a couple of hours after mastering the metro system ...