Eiffel Saint Charles
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... 11th Dec - off to see some bricks and mortar, and take in some culture today.Our first stop was the Arc De Triomphe. Climbing more than 156 steps (Liam's count) to the top my legs were a bit wobbly, Liam could have ran up another 156! What an impressive view of the city from the top. Once on the ground again we continued to walk along Champs Elysees Avenue. We came across the Christmas markets which consisted of stalls lining the avenue selling ...
... was "freezing". It completed three revolutions and our bottoms were very pleased when it came to a stop and we could elite!!
After the ride we took the Metro (underground train system) back to our hotel area for our last minute shopping.
We had lunch at a French Chinese Restaurant, unintentionally really. We didn't realise it was
Chinese until we were seated. It was a lovely change of tastes, very good Chinese food so ...
... And I am in Paris. I did some research and found a cyber cafe that has lots of computers available for rent. Lo and behold, they had Access 2013. I was elated!! Yes, elated to do MS Access homework. Never would I have expected that moment in my life. I paid for my 2 hours -- yes, I am in Paris and spending 2 hours at an internet cafe doing homework. What the hell is wrong with my priorities?
Anyway, I sit down in front of my PC. Thankfully the manager had given me ...
... to the Guillotine (we learned that at the time this was a “progressive” and “humane” way to kill) or to the prisons below the Conciergerie. Marie Antoinette was imprisoned in the Conciergerie before being beheaded. Pretty gruesome history, but it was amazing to see where it all took place.
Soon we walked across Pont du Neuf, a beautiful bridge over the Seine, which, historically, was filled with vendors. It provided an ...
... was far too rich and needed some acidity to balance out the dish and its profoundly rich flavours. This place also had amazing complimentary rustic olive bread. I love the way Europeans do the whole free bread sticks or grissini on your table as you are waiting for your meal. We could learn something from this New Zealand! What we didn't like though is the fact that you have to pay for the water at your table... Definitely not something that happens ...