Ibis Styles Paris Lafayette Opera
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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The speed of this 'bullet' train was worrying me. It was becoming more and more unlikely that we would reach Paris in time for the connecting train. I scouted the carriages until I found a train guard who wrote our situation on our ticket, in case any problems arose in Paris. It was little comfort, but it might just help us.
Miguel was …
... around in the same house and gardens as the original artist did. Through his workshop! Anyway, we stood and stared at the thinker, at the gates of hell, the kiss, and the Burghers of Calais (they Burghers apparently are better at Hungry Jacks, but these will have to do) and just admired. We also got to see a hundred or so other works, such as the Victor Hugo monument. All up, an awesome museum. And for extra credits, the coolest (pun intended) thing was that the fountain ...
... and we love crepes. So we got one with ham, cheese, oregano, salt and pepper, which was absolutely delicious and one with lemon juice and melted sugar, which as you all can imagine was paradise as well. After walking through a big park, we went to a French restaurant and for the first time since we left New Mexico, we had good beef! Then we went back to the hotel and fell asleep instantly. ZzzzzzZzzZzzzzz. We woke up the next morning ready to eat ...
... think it was called, it was on a hill so over looked the streets, was nice to watch the trams go passed. We had rice and a prawn dish and chicken fish was nice and not too filling! Thank god. Back up to union square we were going to stay out and have a drink but we were so tired! We went into Walgreens, got some frozen yoghurt which was amazing! And came back to the hotel and watched some tv, it wasn't long before I was asleep though! Safe to say those travel tablets work ...
... After a bit of rest we headed for an outdoor restaurant and landed at La Place. It is lovely, with the outdoor tables under two large trees and in a nice area of Montparnasse. French wine and good food.
Again we were shocked when we realized it was 10:30 PM at night and still daylight, well, beginning twilight. Walked back to our comfy hotel to read our books from Shakespeare & Co. Tomorrow the Louvre!!