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- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Family rooms
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... and washed down with an ouzo and retsina. We had to finish early because we went to see "Les Recettes du Bonheur" or as it is called in your country, "The Hundred Foot Journey" with Helen Mirren. It was fantastic. We sauntered home down Boulevard St Michel and past the Notre Dame, the streets were so busy with everyone grasping the last of the great ...
[note to self: there is a 'save' button for a reason. Might be worth using it next time *sigh* ] I think my impression of Paris has changed a little since I wrote (then subsequently lost) the blog I had written up earlier today. Belgium is to blame for that. Our first impressions of Belgium have been so positive, the people are extremely helpful, the food is sweet and delicious, the architecture is bold and breathtaking. We have felt so welcome here, with ...
... Lisa, so we skipped a lot of rooms to get to it. I had really high expectations for the Mona Lisa but was dissapointed when I saw it. It was minuscule compared to the pieces in the previous rooms. In order to see a whole painting in most rooms, I literally had to view it from the other side of the room. The Mona Lisa was tiny in comparison and was shielded behind glass, so it was hard to see because of the glare. It was impossible to get up to it at ...
... Tower. Everyone was excited and, although keen to get a closer look, were we desperate to get to our hotel and drop off our bags.
Mike, keen to see some more of the “lesser visited” parts of the city took everyone on another adventure to find the hotel. He knew the general direction so we headed that way…stopped…walked again…stopped…asked someone…they didn’t know but pointed us to a possible ...
... which was pretty cool, had a fantastic lunch in the long island bar (this was also where my love affair with absinthe started) and then went to the Erotic Art Museum which was fantastically hilarious (I won't upload photo's) and had us giggling like school children before heading home.
All in all we had a great time in Paris and I am still amazed at the amount we managed to see and do in such a short ...