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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Had a great sleep in our king size bed and made some breakfast in the house. We then headed off to Metro station Cite to see Notre Dame. We checked out some lovely garden center/ gift shop places. Also got some umbrellas to hide from the rain.Then we headed to Notre Dame.Lovely huge church with heaps of detail and amazing organs and stained ...
... The Arc de Triomphe is in the middle of a gigantic roundabout. There are twelve streets leading off it, including the Champs Élysées. I try to imagine our GPS trying to cope with this. I would like to hear it say 'in 200 metres cross the roundabout and take the eleventh exit'. I then remember what it did to us and decide I would actually prefer not to hear it say anything. Someone told me that if you hire a car in Paris they won't insure you if you drive around this ...
... beautiful, beautiful! The people of St Germaine are certainly lucky! It has a palace, tennis courts, play areas for children, little nooks everywhere to sit outside and relax, a lake to sail toy boats on no less, a band playing in a huge rotunda and on and on. So, have also seen the Louvre and Notre Dame and walked everywhere! Tomorrow is a travel day - off to Amsterdam no less, how lucky are we! Au Revoir for now. Miss everyone. ...
This morning in Paris we had a great start with walking out of the hotel by 8:45am done with breakfast and ready to begin our day. We began our day with heading strait to The Louvre museum. Once we got in and got our audio guide we headed straight for the Mona Lisa. I think it is crazy that that painting is so familiar around the world. Listening to the audio guide guy tell us about the "significance" of the painting and her smile and what not, We ...
... those days, even though they treated the subjects like dogs, it was to be an open reign. I can understand that the birth of a baby by the queen was a public event where there were many peasants (and royalty) present to insure that the baby was truly a boy and there were no switcheroos going on, but the public got to watch the king get up every day and watch he get dressed - same at bedtime, they watched him get into his jammies! Nick told ...