Chateau de Montvillargenne
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... set. As I stepped on they handed me champagne and a red rose, very romantic. It was a great tour, we saw the Eiffel tour and louvre as well as many other things along the river. Paris is apparently known as the city of lights and it definitely lived up to that. We passed through the marry bridge which is a legendary bridge. When you go through you have to make a wish, close your eyes and kiss the person next to you. If you do this on the first time ...
... We see the musee D'Orsay, the Louvre, and a few other sites. We finish at 3 o'clock and decide to go visit Notre Dame. The church is lovely, but there are bigger better versions of Notre Dame, in other cities. We walked to the place De La Republique, looks very much like the staue of liberty, it is dark and cold. We also go visit the Eiffel Tower, it's the perfect night to go to the top of the ...
... lines laid out like cattle pens in the sun and so crossed the river to the Tuilerie gardens which were great. The gardens were in full flower, peopled and there were seats under trees, peace in this place. We sat and took it in. Sculptures dotted the gardens, Moore, Rodin, De Kooning, the list goes on.
A hunt to find the Tourism office had us skirting the Royal Palace and massive statements of empire. A très charmante young woman got us tickets to circumvent lining ...
... corner of my street I walked STRAIGHT, literally everything I found tonight was straight down the street from me: Saw some great cafes as I walked, finally I heard loud music that I continued towards and poured out of the side street onto a large expansive plaza, filled with people and cool stuff happening. There was a gorgeous, ornate, huge building on one side. My google map informed me this was the Hotel de Ville. So amazing! There was a ...
... a French style hot dog which she found a bit strong on the mustard. I also ordered a scotch and coke which arrived in separate glasses along with a separate glass with ice! Back to the room via the 4 flights of stairs. Yes - the lift is still not working. Apparently it was working as Andrew used it but the next time we went it was broken again. Laura and I are too scared to use it in case we get stuck in it. Tomorrow we will have to take all our suitcase down the 4 ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center