Hotel Plaza Athenee
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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
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So the flight to Paris was largely uneventful. One thing though... every time I've ever flown from one European country to another, the first class is just a normal seat with no one sitting in between us. That sucks. I'm not a fan. At least on the Prague to Paris flight the guy in front of me didn't put his seat back. Also, when …
Sorry I didn't update last night, we had to pack our things up to get ready for phase 2... Zach learns 5 words in another city. Equally exhausting. We went to an art gallery on our last day in Prague, to see the Slav Epic. It is a 20 painting expo by Czech painter Alfons Mucha. This one was Zach's request as Charlotte is actually not …
... I nearly fell out of the bag.
We also went to this place where Dogs have been burying their bones for years. There were soooo many bones I didn't know where to look. I wanted to bury a few but Kate said NO!!! Poo bum.
Time to go chase some cars and cats.
... hotel Glenda was not back so I decided to hit the shops in the street behind our hotel. All the big names and little independent stores. She finally got back about 8 and went to dinner at a local creperie - very nice! Starbucks was shut at this time so we stopped at Maccas for our teas. There is something seriously wrong with a country that cannot provide milk with your tea in Maccas. On further enquiry c'nest pas ...
... and the usual african vendors outside. The hall of mirrors was pretty underwhelming and the main fountain ( the French haven't failed to let us down yet) was not only not working it was just a cement hole in the ground under repair. 3 blokes were standing about doing not much. So much for being dazzled by the gardens! The truth is that the Gardens are pretty large and you don't have enough time on a tour to appreciate them. They seemed dry and ...