Hotel de Nevers Saint-Germain
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Overall a decent hotel.
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I woke up with a pigeon at the end of the bed, thankfully he knew the way out, all I needed to do was flick my leg. Of course I was up hours before anyone else - the heat had me up and functioning while everyone else remained liquified on their mattresses the floor strewn with bed clothes and pajamas discarded through the night. The room didn't get below 30c over night.
We didn't leave ...
... through crowded boulevards past the Eiffel Tower, onto the Avenue de Champs-Élysées, around the Arc de Triomphe amidst the cars, scooters, bikes, and people. He seemed to enjoy it, and did a spectacular job. I tried to help navigate but we were operating with a campsite edition of a map on my iPad which was very incomplete but did show where we were at all times. Helpful and better than no map at all.
Paris drivers are somewhat crazy. ...
... from the cold wind. It was cold though, there was no getting away from it but upstairs afforded the best views so we braved it!
We elected to get off at the same stop we got on, near Notre Dame. It was now almost 2pm and we were hungry. We had lunch at my favourite restaurant in Paris, near Notre Dame.
It has a wonderful menu, including, escargot ...I was very pleased to find it still on the menu so that was my first course ...
... ground), facing the back, very clean and a decent size. What I didn’t like was the construction site in the courtyard, literary at my window, with workers moving around and hammering, glancing through occasionally. I closed the curtains but was kind of mad at the situation. I only had one night booked and a limited time in Paris, so decided not to get upset and make a big deal about it. I didn’t feel comfortable taking a shower and changing even though curtains were ...
... It was after the lunch that Ashlyn navigated us towards the famous Pierre Herme macarons shop. We bought 4 macarons (pistachio, rose, chocolate and a citrus mix) to share and ate them in a square that neither of us can remember the name.
Once we’d devoured the little treats, we walked 2 miles to the Eiffel Tower. Just kidding, we took the metro. We walked the grounds and Ashlyn stood in awe of the tower as this was her first visit ...