Hotel Saint Louis Paris Vincennes
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
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Breakfast was average (I'm guessing that is going to be the hard part for me Onn this tour). Then Caught the tour bus in to Eiffel Tower. From there a bunch of us Walked to Louvre. Thanks Bryce used the cheeky side entrance. At the Louvre we saw a few things but basically looked at the MONA Lisa and then left. When we were out the front we ran into some others All grabbed lunch together, I had the duck foie gras and got a glass of wine with it. From there we walked to the champs Champs ...
... still a mass of sweat! Nobody from the station offered any help even though it was obvious that the father was unable to walk. We are sitting in carriage 1 have just left Cannes and we are by ourselves. The Med is on our left (my right as I am going backwards) and it is a beautiful colour. We continued right along the Med passing some beautiful spots. We were on our own in carriage 1 until Toulon when a few people embarked. All in ...
... our neighborhood, tired and hungry. It's 6pm and Parisians are still offering lunch. We find a nice little corner cafe and order drinks. Rio orders Cider and realizes a sip in that it's alcohol. Its acceptable for Europeans to drink alcohol at younger ages than Americans. However, it's not acceptable for Rio (I like that about her). She orders a coke and I get a beer and a cider :) We stop first for a crepe before returning to our apartment. We realize we only have one more day in ...
... 1874. The entry to the catacombs is in a pavilion of the former Barrière d'Enfer city gate. As I descend a narrow spiral stairwell to 65 feet below street level, there's nothing but darkness and silence only broken by the gurgling of a hidden aqueduct channeling local springs away from the area, and after passing through a long (about 1.5 km) and twisting hallway of mortared stone. Soon after, I find myself before a stone portal, the ossuary entry, with ...
... was reestablished).
A little after seven pm we walked around the corner to Bofinger, a historic brasserie which originally opened during the time of American Civil War. It was the first bar in Paris where beer was served on tap; people brought their own mugs to have them filled. It’s been popular with politicians and entertainers over the years. On 10 May 1981, François Mitterrand reserved the first floor to celebrate his election ...