Mercure Paris Plaza Pont Mirabeau
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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We said our goodbyes to London very early this morning--was it only this morning? Seems like ages ago!--as our cab picked us up from our Kensington flat and drove us across town to the Kings Cross/St Pancras International train station for our 9:22 train ride to Paris Gare du Nord. We were exhausted, having been too excited about our visit to …
... have been nice to go inside but we hear it's much like the Napoleon rooms in the Louvre (which we already saw) - in fact they are actually meant to be better so it wasn't too bad missing out on that circus.
Inside the gates, it's pretty overwhelming. We weren't there on a day when the garden’s many many fountains were going so it wasn’t too busy but there still seemed like there were people everywhere. Apparently as per Jason's ...
... roads closed. Looked at queue to climb the towers but too long and afternoon was getting away so caught Metro to the Orangie Museum and gained entry just before closing - was not as good as anticipated - huge water lily paintings by Monet.
Stopped at cafe on Champs Elysee for pizza and beer before catching Metro & bus back to hotel - the bus was so packed that it didn't stop at our our hotel so had to wait till it circled back - finally home at ...
... Seville, when I heard someone whistle "Imagination" so I started to sing along, and we continued into a duet. I will never know who was outside that shower stall, and that makes me happy.
It was in the mornings that I bought a baguette for breakfast, always breaking off the top and eating it before I could reach the hostel. It was in the moments I would spend alone in a cafe, sipping an espresso and reading a book.
Happiness was every time ...
... our belt. It was a beautiful day and the sun smile on us as we posed and frolicked around the area. We left to find our metro to the hostel, and happened upon the lock bridge. Danny and I purchased an obligatory love-lock that we immediately clasped onto the bridge, losing sight of it immediately. So somewhere on that bridge is a hastily written love note in sharpie that I will most probably never find again. We went back to our hostel, and we were finally able to move ...