Hotel du Plat d'Etain
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- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... Iberico ham, with toast covered w miniscule cubes of tomato
Ravioli of langoustine and truffle sauce
Shredded pigs foot (Pied a Cochon) made into a croquette on a bed of mustard sauce
Warm passionfruit souffle with passionfruit sorbet,
Roasted aubergine with zucchini, mozzarella and roast red pepper
Soup of roast chestnut w tiny morsels of celery and smoked bacon
Le Hamburger - a pair of ...
... needs planning? I’ve realized that some of the best experiences come as a result of this. Amy is another student from UC who’s actually studying in Linz, Austria for the semester. Her program doesn’t start as soon, so she’s staying with us for about two weeks. She’s very sweet and easy going as well. The more the merrier!
Despite both girls being tired from the trip, we ended up walking around and sightseeing ...
... crushed and went looking for prey. We followed, although he tried he wasn't successful when we were there. Where are the Police when you need them?! We went through the Palace and saw some very old furniture ( I told them there was a sale on at Debenhams/Farmers, but they weren't interested)! The hall of mirrors was amazing and the views down the gardens from the house were spectacular. We were absolutely kn.....tired again and got the train/metro back again where ...
... up of Paris are within a couple of miles of each other. The bus slows, but doesn't stop, as we crane our necks to see the Arc de Triomphe, the Champs Elysees, the Place de la Concorde, and the Louvre. The streets of Paris are gorgeous, the buildings breathtaking, and the skyline unique but highly recognizable. It's exactly what we imagined it to be!
The bus finally stops and we jump out, cameras ready, to stand before the iconic Eiffel ...
... of transport was a Taxi (mini van). 70 euro
approx. $100 to get across busy Paris passing through tunnels and watching the crazy Parisien traffic.
Here we are greeted at our digs by Patrick who showed us his very decorated and funky apartment.
To those of you who heard me speak of Airbnb, the accommodation company, this is how it works. Either greeted by the host or given directions of how to get there.