Hotel Premiere Classe Bussy St. Georges
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- Pets allowed
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... many old Tiki bar drink menus which were quite amusing! By the time we left the museum it was around 5:45. I suggested going out for dinner and our guidebook said that Firmin le Barbier was its top choice in the 16th/7th as the area is highly residential. Anyway, we wandered over to it and discovered that it didn't open until 7. We weren't entirely sure if we'd be able to get a table and so while we bumbled around on the internet, a waiter came outside ...
... the next 5 hours watching soccer games and joking about the snow in NYC and the sunny beaches in Florida. It has been great to hangout with them and speak American. We joked about everything and had one good last laugh! We decided not to go anywhere tonight because it suddenly became freezing cold in Paris today. Plus, they have a 7am bus to Amsterdam and I have a 10 train to Brussels! I have enjoyed Paris SO much more than I expected and I already had high expectations! I ...
... on time departing and arriving! Good trip but we all very sore today and tired so pretty quiet in the Gordon corner of the train. Arrived into Paris at 1pm, and decided to save our sore bodies we would catch a taxi to hotel instead of battling with metro. Met Louisa at the hotel, so nice to see her again. Not sure she was as pleased to see us, all looking a bit disheveled after our journey, and a bit delirious as well ...
... Enjoyed the old world feel at the elegant Salon deTe, Angelina. Loved seeing the Eiffel Tower, the scale is just amazing. We loved the way it was lit up in the evening and the fantastic view from the top. Paris monuments lit up are quite spectacular. Loved being able to find a street map on almost every corner. Loved the way cyclists just ride all through the streets and parks, but hated to see no helmets. Loved the hire bike scheme all over the city streets. Loved the ...
... the most expensive real estate in the world and be known as the most beautiful avenue in the world, but we think we've seen some streets this summer that could rival it in the beauty department. It's overwhelming to think about all the different types of beautiful cities, towns, villages, neighbourhoods, countryside and natural environments we've seen this summer. As we get closer to the end of the nomadic portion of our trip it's incredible to look back at where we've been. We are ...