Hotel de l'Arcade
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... dollars, and gives us two tickets that we insert in the turnstiles. We board the subway on a platform, and sit near the door. John points to the diagram near the roof of the vehicle. “That red dot is pointing to our current location, and the green dots indicate other stops. The name of the location is printed under each dot. The arrow points in the direction we are traveling. Our hotel is in the new district built last year in ...
... station, we took Metro line 7 towards Marie Ivry to Le Louvre @ 1:15pm. Hundreds of people and huge queue. With our Paris Museum Pass, we were able to walk directly into Le Louvre, skipped security and tried to make our way to 1st Floor of Denon Wing along with the thousands of others who had the same idea. The closest we could get to Mona Lisa was about 5 or 6 rows back - fighting tourists with selfie sticks, cameras & iPads etc in the air. Walked past The ...
... the correct way, so we had to leave the station, and enter again through another entrance. After that experience, we learned that we had to look through to the other side before we went and used our ticket.
At Sacre-Coeur, there are usually a lot of pick pockets, but we encountered none, because we had left our apartment as early as possible so that we could avoid the crowds and avoid the pick pockets as it was too early for them to make ...
... It was spectacular! Just as we emerged from our taxi, Tomi noticed that someone had put a clown nose on a sculpture in Place de la Concorde (next to the Tuileries and the museum)...pretty funny!
... we decide to order our 2nd bottle of the cheapest champagne. So after entrees, dinner and dessert split between the couples, we had spent 400euro, which is about $600AUS! Nearly have the bill was the champagne. By just after 9.30pm it was time to go as Adam and Jess had a early start to the morning. By this time the dinner rush was starting to hit, as people where walking in for dinner. Who has dinner after 10pm on a Monday? I would be ready to eat my own ...