Kyriad Paris Clichy Centre
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- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... will have to wait until I can bring the love of my life (Sophie) over to the city of love to experience it with her and leave our own padlock forever locked here.
Paris is amazingly beautiful and expensive. It's one place I definitely will be back to visit.
The next day we got lost for about an hour, and caught a train to the car rental place. It's time to drive to the ...
... restaurants and one happened to be a fondue place in Paris. One quick google search and we found it was very close to where we were staying. What makes this place weird is the fact you have to step over the tables to get to your seat and wine is served in baby bottles to avoid a wine glass tax, or so they say. We did make it to two big museums in Paris: the Louvre and the Orsay. We did see the Mona Lisa but from the mandatory distance ...
... the row of trees. The walk from the Louvre was a bit warm. Then continued up through the park the the beginning of the Champs Elyeese. We shopped up one side until we hit the Arc then down the other. Stopping for a red bull and a wine to regroup. My brand new boots we covered in the parkway dust throughout the whole journey and I felt sad for them the whole time. I gave them a great clean back at the apartment. Into a taxi, exhausted, and back home at ...
... walking the slopes of Nob Hill watchful of the time... those moments are indelibly etched in my memory.
Strangely, now when I look back at my solo walks around Paris, these little jaunts, felt somewhat familiar to those walks in SF, although the time, place and circumstances were entirely different. There's something to be said about walking around a historic city on your own.
... the Eiffel Tower we descended to the ground and got lunch, a delicious French baguette which we ate whilst sitting, looking at the tower. This was the first time we'd really encountered all of the pickpockets that everyone warns travellers about, there was at least 50 Armenian/Gypsy people walking around asking for signatures to help the orphans....of course this is all a ploy to catch tourists off guard and ...