Madeleine Haussmann Hotel
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Finally getting back to update this...having Jim with us has been amazing! I just seem to have less time for getting to my computer with him here (always pouring wine and getting out the bedtime snacks!)
To be fair - we've taken A LOT of trains over the past month, so I wasn't surprised at Jack's response to our plan for the day...glad we are going a park, not so happy for a ...
... drink. It is served in a pitcher for two and the pour is thick and decadent. It comes with it's own mountain of whipped cream served in a separate bowl. For some reason we thought it would be a good idea to order pastry items to accompany the chocolate....mine is called the Courtisan and Susan can't remember the name of hers due ...
... colourful bloom of spring.
Dinner was a lovely home cooked meal from Jenessa. We were at that point sick of dining out, and somewhat jaded and disillusioned with the food from the French restaurants. It might be my biasedness talking but I don't think French food holds an candle to Italian. The food, both taste and variety, was far better in Italy not to mention far more affordable. Some may disagree with me but different sticks I ...
... tiny little restaurant is intimate to say the least. It fits 20 packed together very closely...but the food, wine and service is outstanding. Glad we booked before we left home. Today...Friday the 13th was a more ghoulish day. We visited the French catacombs. With our guide Connor we learned about the history of the catacombs and the 6 million bodies that are deposited there. Loved learning about how this eventuated ...
... the bus to our apartment and got our first taste of Paris.
We found our address address easy enough in a very nice building just north of Opera. The little room we had found was actually in the servants quarters from back when this was a super fancy house. The were several doors to get through and it all looked very fancy in the front entrance, we had to walk out the back of the building into a courtyard and then up a very skinning spiral wooden staircase 9 stories ...
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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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