Eiffel Saint Charles
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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Is it too much to ask? Really?! I can give them the recipe, if necessary. It goes something like this...get some water...put it in the freezer...wait for awhile...voila! Ice!! I'm sure the last time I was here Fay and I were able to buy ice at the local depanneur...or grocer...or whatever they want to call it over here. I just walked about 3 miles and went into 5 grocers and not ONE had a bag of ice. How uncivilized!! Okay, now that ...
... as it's the last one. You also can't miss the Chateau unless you don't follow the hordes of people all going in the same direction.
I didn't even know what I was looking at was the Chateau until Renee said it was. It looked like something out of a movie that wasn't even real. Or just a bunch of buildings in a village until you realize it is one giant building and then the size of it is just overwhelming. The golden gate and decorative ...
... croissant, of course, and slowly made our way down past all the people on Lovelocks and all the street and art vendors. Definitely still one of the favourite cities to just walk around in.
Found the right train at Invalides easily enough and 35 minutes later we were in Versailles walking to the palace. It's impressive from all angles, including the front where all you can really see is a big building with gold anywhere and everywhere. Jason was hungry ...
... could finally get a table at Le Comptoir - Success!
It has taken so long to get a table here, I'd forgotten the dished Bourdain recommended, but Gab chose the Steak Tartare, Max an assiette of Sausage, and Emerson and I the Croque Monsieur. All delicious, though the sausage was more salami than frankfurt ruining all Max's plans.
We're out at CDG at the moment just about to hop on our fight out of here - the end of the trip is night odd to ...
... and vocal protest related to the upset in Gaza. This has prompted an impressive display by the Gendarmerie. Every street nearby and the Pont St Michel are covered with police vans, cars and buses and the Gendarmes look like Ninja Turtles with all their armour on! We Stroll around the neighbourhood re familiarising ourselves with places ...