Hotel Ariane Montparnasse
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- Pets allowed
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All I want to do right now is take a nap but instead I'm sitting in the lobby waiting for my room to be ready
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Well wasted almost an entire day today trying to deal with Airbnb. We were trying to book our accommodations for Normandy & the Loire Valley. They introduced a stupid identity verification system that we could not get to work. Didn't get into Paris until 4:00!!
Made the most of though and walked around Montmartre and saw the Basilica Sacred Coeur and then headed to the famous tower to see the light ...
If you know anything about Paris you'll know that the lines for the attractions tend to be longer than the line for Splash Mountain. Also, considering how popular Paris is as a weekend destination from cities such as London, you can do the math and figure out that weekends are much worse than midweek. For this reason, we decided to avoid trying to see anything today.
... restaurant on Le Champs Elysees, Le Fouquets! Dinner was followed up with a night bus tour of some of the surrounding city-sites. The Eiffel Tower at night is breathtaking.... (side note: when Gretch and I were in Paris in 2008, all of our pictures are of a Purple/Blue Eiffel Tower at night. Apparently, in the Eiffel's history, there are only 6 ...
... s grave, probably the most visited in the whole place. We nodded at Fred. Chopin's grave and stopped a minute at Heloise and Abelard's tomb. This is a beautiful stone canopy over their graves made from the stones of Heloise's convent and Abelard's priory. Sigh...such a sad and romantic story...so French, mais oui. In case you need a refresher of ...
... the metro to my workplace.
Tickets were pretty easy to purchase from the machine and soon we were on the train. Kids under 4 ride free. The Paris metro experience reminded me of the London and New York metro - the stations are old, and run deep into the bowels of the earth. The trains are gritty, but fairly clean, safe with a train coming along what felt like every minute - even on the weekend. ...