Hotel Relais Monceau
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... I remember it, it's magical lights, the huge surprise when being confronted by an enormous piece of metal. It's enormity and mood are one of a kind and our first day was perfect apart from a nasty wind. We saw a few of the major sites and just enjoyed a nice relaxing day where we could take our time and familiarise ourselves with the metro system and the streets. The following day we began with the Eiffel Tower, the weather was much nicer with blue skies and a little ...
... We caught the garden train and toured the gardens and then headed for the station. We were back by 3pm. All very beautiful and ornate but what were the poor people doing? No wonder there was a revolution. Derek enjoyed his golf day at Morfontaine although it was very hot and they played 27 holes. We packed late in the afternoon and it took a while as our room looked like a Chinese laundry. Dinner was a special ...
... earlier only there was a problem with the transfer from the airport where the driver had gone to the wrong gate. Eventually it was all sorted and they arrived at the hotel around lunch time. The hotel kindly held all of our bags for the afternoon and we headed off looking for lunch and the Louvre. Lunch ended up being a bagel each ......think subway but with bagels not rolls, very nice and then we hailed a cab .....getting so good at cab hailing! The ...
... completely captivated us and others we felt like we couldn’t escape fast enough. We then decided that we might just have enough time to check out another famous Paris museum, the Orangerie. Interestingly enough this was actually the old greenhouse built by the King and Queen because they liked fresh squeezed orange juice so much that they wanted to be able to grow their own orange trees. Sounds reasonable enough until you realize how absolutely massive this ...
... waited at their restaurant until I could check in. St. Christopher's Inn was situated in zone 1 of Paris and right next to a canal. The facilities were neat, clean, and fun; I felt safe the entire time. My old fear of hostels is now completely gone! Once I settled in, I headed right back to the metro to make my way to the Eiffel Tower.
The metro I took to get there went above ground while approaching the stop and the view of the Eiffel Tower was astounding. I can't believe ...