Kyriad Paris 10 - Gare du Nord
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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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... to T-shirts just to try and cool down……I’m sure we looked a bit odd in T-shirts, but it was the only way to survive ! A lot of the shops are really hot inside, but some shops are completely open with no heating…….. and it is tough to get the balance of clothes right.
Another tip is be careful asking for a cup of hot chocolate. From some stores (not all), like the one we ordered ...
... out after I was told about the delay that James got me into the Lounge, which was really nice of him and a pleasant place to sit, especially with the extra wait time. There were little sandwiches, a bar, salad fixings, soup and little fridges with pop and stuff in them. I only had a Sprite and a bowl of vegetable (!) soup.
The flight was supposed to leave at 6:45 but didn't take off till just after 8:00. And for the first time in a long time on an outbound flight, I ...
... of stairs to the reception area, where we checked in fine. The price of the hotel was what I had calculated so that was all fine! Although next obstinate! We were on third flirt with only stairs to get us there, Ross panting like something else, he said he hadn't climbed stairs since he had arrived in America it was all flat. Haha! The room was a swipe card and has two single beds (bunk beds) little tv, and sink. Big enough for us and our bags. Clean bed sheets and ...
Last day, much to do!! Grabbed a Croissant at the metro just like a native a ND got the tube to Cite which is the Metro station on the bigger island in the Senne, where Notre Dame is. There we met Lucy our guide for our "free" walking tour of the 5th arrondissement aka the Latin quarter. For 2 hours we wandered all around the area, first stop was Shakespeare and Co so few more pics for Sammy. I remembered the budding authors can live upstairs for free if ...
... the one in England, before the cruise.
We met Terry and Sandra again in the hotel lobby for some wine, cheese, and French bread that we bought ourselves at nearby shops. This seems have become a daily 'happy hour’ ritual for us. Later we had our final dinner in Paris at La Terrasse, another very good restaurant with an excellent server, a short walk from our hotel. I had escargot in the shell, again, and roast duck, which was excellent.