Faubourg 216 - 224
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Faubourg 216 - 224 Paris
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... 20 minutes the female toilet queue was already about 40m long. Mumsy didn't realise this (believing it to be the food queue) and headed for where she thought the loo was, being obliged to return to the first, and greatly lengthened, queue at which she was now at the very back of. Quelle horror (and poor Granty). It was not helped by the fact the Men's didn't even have a queue. So Granty offered to organise Mumsy a gluten free breakfast. Problem: labelling was all in French ...
... throwing myself out of my comfort zone and experiencing the most of it along the way.
We spent the rest of the day finding an appropriate place to put a special lock that we customized with our initials. About a week before my visit to Paris, legislation was passed in Paris that would remove all of the locks from Pont des Art bridge (also known as love lock bridge). We were determined though, and ended up finding another bridge filled with locks just down the river as an alternative. ...
... of it all and finds the Hertz drop off.
We compliment Gabrielle on the service we have received from Hertz and say goodbye to our gorgeous car.
We walk to the terminal to bid farewell to our son and walk away with tears in our eyes as we will not see him for another 12 months when his time in the UK will end and he will come home. I am so sorry to be leaving, the people we have met have been so kind ...
... delay while waiting to take off on a 43 minute flight didn't help either. You should have heard the French passengers ripping British Airways crew a new one while we waited. (Should have taken French in high school - I bet their discussion was "colorful") We arrived in Paris at rush hour and had the taxi ride of our lives. I almost fainted several times. Don't mess with a Parisian on their way home from work. ...
We woke up to a beautiful morning in the grand city of Paris...we keep pinching ourselves to make sure we are really here. The girls and I got ready earlier than the rest so we could sneak across the street where we discovered a bakery. When we saw the local police officers in there getting their croissant and coffee, we knew we had discovered the jackpot! I wish I could ...