- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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The reason we are here in Paris is the Eiffel Tower. Because when Lily Page was just a little squirt and she asked me to take her to Paris, the real reason she wanted to come here was to climb that tower. And I don't mean by the steps. She envisioned actually climbing the outside to the top. She always has been part monkey, Young minds can imagine anything.
... Overall, Sainte Chappelle was quite beautiful and absolutely worth the time to visit. We left Sainte Chappelle and took the short walk over to Notre Dame cathedral. After a brief 15 minute wait to get in, we quickly figured out what all the fuss is about. The inside of the cathedral is absolutely beautiful. The history of these churches is also really fascinating, as it takes upwards of hundreds of years from breaking ground to completion. It was also interesting ...
... that document the roles of Australian troops during WW1. We left as the parents were assembling to collect their kids in the same way as at home, but from a school that exhorts all to 'never forget Australia'. We then headed back to Amiens where caught the first train back to Paris, despite being booked on one that left after 8.00pm! We had just enough energy on our return to get the train back from the Gate du Nord, have a quick dinner at a cafe down from the hotel, and go home to ...
... we walked through many rooms used for dancing or government work before getting to the hall of mirrors. It was a room with mirrors on one side (which would have been beyond expensive in those days) and a awesome view over the huge huge huge gardens. This is where the treaty if Versailles was signed and next to it was the luxury bedrooms where the King and Queen stayed. After exploring the house some more we went out to the huge huge gardens. They were filled with ...
I have three days in Paris, and from Austerlitz station walk along the banks of the seine to my attic room with a view (https://www.airbnb.com.au/rooms/795667 ).
Sandra, a script writer and lecturer at the nearby Sorbonne, shows me into the grand, courtyard building in the heart of the Latin Quarter, and takes me up to the top floor in the tiny lift.
The apartment is a loft (or ...