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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
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Ornella's sister, Sabrina, bought us a selection of salami's from their hometown in Calabria so we had a European breakfast of delicious salami, comte and emmental cheeses, boiled eggs, tomato and of course, baguette, it was delicious, . So, with that under our belts, we went over to the left bank and visited the Musée Cluny.. It was fabulous, the tapestries take your breath away, the skill and detail are exceptional and the small mystery of the meaning and origin of ...
Wed Oct 22. After breakfast in the hotel lobby we caught a taxi to the Louvre (our hotel is a bit out of town). Joined the queue to get into the Louvre, lucky we joined when we did! It took about 45 mins to get in the door!! Headed straight to the Mona Lisa room which was quite crowded, then wandered around for a couple of hours. Once we were art'ed out ...
Our alarm went off at 9. And 9:30. And 10. At 10:30 I finally gave into the inevitable and rolled out of bed, knowing I had to start packing my clothes, which were strewn in a messy heap, back into my bag. It took a while to gather all of my things together from around the house but when I was done I realized I still had time to go fetch some breakfast. To my dismay the local boulingerie was closed so I returned to the apartment empty handed. With all of ...
... every type of person from models, to the homeless awesome moustache dudes, bikers and everyone in between. The clothes are the best it is pretty each to see who is European as they area fearless with what they wear! We wandered down to place de vosage, stopped at a couple of parks for Quinn sin that is all she ever asks for. And just walked the watched and enjoyed the night. The streets are busy, lots of people. It not so many cars which is ...
After a late night of watching team USA, there was no way we were catching an 8am train to Versailles as Rick Steves would have advised. Fortunately, he provided a plan for late risers and we followed that one instead. We took our time getting around and caught the 11am train out to Versailles. Being a suburb of Paris, it was a relatively quick trip once you actually get out of the city. We arrived at the train station around 11:45, but while the majority of the crowd headed ...