Hotel Saint Hubert
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... the pond. After weaving our way along lots of narrow streets full of fashion and patisseries, we arrived at The Louvre. Didn't go in this visit to Paris. Did some shopping along rue de Rivoli and then headed home. Both of us are pretty worn out by Paris - we have walked and walked. Off to New York tomorrow......it will be interesting after their storms and the ...
... unusual. The elevator is very small. How small? It can only take one person with one suitcase at a time. The air conditioner is a portable unit that sits on the floor. A hose sticks out the back and you have to crack open the French doors to put the hose outside. Seems like having the door open defeats the purpose. The shower has neither a glass door, nor, a curtain and is hand-held. And there are no screens on windows or doors. What's up with ...
... by my Eurail pass, and three of the assistants I asked didn't know either but since it is operated by the same company that operates all the other trains I assumed it was. When I got to the airport I discovered that you need a ticket to leave the arrival area through a tournabout. I didn't have one, there was no staff to be seen, and there were no ticket machines in to be found. "Oh ****, I'm stuck!" What would you do? I'll tell you what I did - cheat the ...
... and roadways collapsed
into previously unknown caverns below.
Bodies of the dead from the riots in the Place
de Grève, the Hôtel de Brienne, and Rue Meslée were put in the
catacombs on 28 and 29 August 1788.
The catacomb walls are covered in graffiti
dating from the eighteenth century onwards. Victor
Hugo used his knowledge about ...
... their drinks and chat. Im sure it also allowed them more space to get more people in. These cafes are also very expensive. We sat and watched the world pass by and tried desperately to avoid all of the second hand smoke from the people in front of us. We only stayed for one soft drink before moving on. As we walked back towards our hotel we noticed that nearly every second shop was a book store with lots of old, used and new books. We then soon began to ...