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- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Multilingual staff
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... to the Champs Elysee which is a long street leading up to the popular Arc de Triomphe. The street was full of little tents selling everything from souvenirs, beers, mulled wine (hot wine), and snacks. We had champagne, and met the coolest little man (literally, short and small) who reminded me of Maurice from Beauty & The Beast & tried to sell us french salami and jambon. He let us taste every single thing he had and we had a wonderful time conversing with him! ...
... a delightful young guide made this a memorable experience. Dellanna (guide) was from Croatia and studied fine art and art history in Germany before following her French boy friend to Paris. She spends the summer conducting private tours and spends her winters painting. We both loved her stories and knowledge of the Louvre - she shared with us her favourite art as well as the " favourites" , Venus de Milo, Mona Lisa, Napoleans coronation, ...
We decided to spend the morning and afternoon in Bayeux and then head out to Paris for the night. We all just loved the quaint town of Bayeux, it was full of character. It was fun to see shops and things we would never see in Minnesota. We went by a full on fresh fish store...seriously, fish on ice ready to buy and eat. It was quite smelly, but really cool to see all the different types of fish. They even had squid and eel! They are able to have lost of fresh flower stores, it was ...
... The waiter obviously thought we were brainless American women because he tried to short us 10 euros when I paid cash. But since I still know how to calculate numbers, I tracked him down and first he just offered me 5 euros and then I demanded 10 euros and he apologized and gave me my cash. Sneaky French men should not pick on smart American women. We then headed to the Galeries Lafayette, which is THE shopping mall in Paris. It reminded me of ...
... to avoid getting sick (one of the big fears when travelling for a race). The taxi to our hotel managed to avoid most of the traffic - luckily the French start work later- and we got there in about 50 mins. No room ready (which we weren't expecting) but we dumped our bags and headed off to find coffee and croissants at a nearby cafe. Here we made a plan for the day which included making the most of ...