Kyriad Paris 10 - Gare du Nord
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... old release the pressure with a pair of scissors and push the cork in trick worked!
This primed us for the moulin rouge, the last nights activity for our time in paris! Jammed into a small amphitheatre on the end of a table of elderly German couples we were impressed by not only the displays of costumes and dance routines but also the other acts of juggling (a guy juggling ping pong balls with his mouth), ventriloquists (using dummies and audience members), ...
... Gary. We had just crossed the Pont du Carrousel, when we heard
horses behind us so we crossed back over the bridge to see a parade of horses
mounted by soldiers in glorious uniforms. We later found out that it was
Armistice Day (8/5/45), and a public holiday in France.
The Musee National de L’Orangerie was incredible. It is
tucked away in a corner of the Tuilleries gardens. The 8 ...
... hangouts). Our waiter was incredibly kind and our meal was excellent. We started with a tomato and goat cheese appetizer.. (the best goat cheese I've had). Next Matt ordered the lamb and I had a sautéed veggie platter. We enjoyed wonderful, leisurely conversation and ended our dinner with coffee and the most amazing lychee and raspberry macaron! We dabbled with the Metro system on our way home and found it fairly easy to navigate. Headed to the Louvre tomorrow ...
... of rail transport!
Aurelie was very disappointed that we had such bad weather for our day in Paris but we were just happy we managed to spend the day with her and do some catching up!
We will have another chance on our return in a couple of weeks but will have to decide between a couple of sights that cannot be successfully seen in one day, Versailles and the Louvre.
... was inscribed with the laws of Hammurabi's kingdom, and form what historians think is one of the first formal legal documents in the world. It was written in the 1700's BC and historians speculate that similar copies of this code were spread throughout his kingdom to make the people aware of the law of the land. Some of the laws were somewhat modern, like laws requiring a man who divorces his wife to pay alimony and child support, and there are laws similar to "an ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsKyriad Paris 10 - Gare du Nord
Across the street from Gare du Nord station. Great location for Eurostar or Thalys rail travel. Major metro station for travel within Paris. Room size not bad. Good size bathroom & good shower. Flat screen tv. WiFi is free for basic download Internet surfing but require 10€/day upgrade for better Facebook quality speed!
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