Madeleine Haussmann Hotel
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... his change mat and set to work. Of course this would be the messiest diaper ever, and he was uncooperative and squirmy. I can only imagine how frazzled I looked when I joined Ben back outside; I was lucky to make it out of there with poop on only one of his two shirts and both socks. Having forgotten spare socks, he wore mits in his shoes for the rest of the day. It turned out we were really close to where Napoleon was entombed, so we headed to l'Église ...
... composition-frame-color: rgba(77, 128, 180, 0.230469); ">Once I got out of my little funk and realized how many charming little places there are literally right outside my door, I began to cheer up and allow myself to experience this as it was meant to be. I sat at a little bistro and had wine and foie gras and onion soup. I guess you wouldn't call it "French onion" if you're in France? You want to know something? My mom's is still better, but it was just what ...
... as we approached Paris.
At the Paris Gare Du Nord train station, we got off and found my uncle Ananh waiting for me. I hadn’t seen him in over 20 years, which was the last time I had been to Paris. But he looked a lot like my father back then, and he looked just as much like my father now. He even has the same walk! My uncle led us down to the Metro station and supplied us with the tickets to get us on ...
... and swimming in the beautiful clear water (Paraga beach is definitely the nicest we found on the island). We also took a day trip on the ferry to neighbouring island of Tinos which was a much more authentically greek island and less tourist-driven, a welcome sight.
In Tinos we happened upon the most magnificent Greek Orthodox church at the top of a hill, ate souvlaki and drank bacardi breezers on a bench while waiting for the only ferry back to Mykonos (which ...
The train hurtled through the city and the country side so fast that Doug’s photos were blurry !! We arrived at Vernon at 11.04 and saw the sign for the buses to Giverny and hightailed it out of the station. We were lucky as the exit to the buses was right where we alighted the train. The bus stop wasn’t immediately apparent but then I spotted it a couple of hundred metres away and started to walk there. Unbeknownst to me, others behind ...
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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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