Kyriad Paris La Defense
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- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... Did I mention how cheap it was? Cause it is - $7-10 is pretty normal. We stayed at and had dinner at a fairly spartan Country Inn, the Hostellerie du Chateau d'Isles. The innkeeper was fairly ******ety who apparently didn't get the memo that the French are no longer so ***** to those of us who struggle with (or butcher, or don't speak at all) his native tongue. But he put out very good dinners. We started our day at Chateau Chenonceau, Joan's favorite (so ...
... hour. After the Louvre we braved the metro and made our way to the Eiffel Tower. The Iron Lady was shrouded in mist but was stunning all the same. At the foot I tried a Nutella crepe (they are mad for Nutella over here!!) before going up in the elevator to the first level. The view was spectacular at this level, however when we went up to the top the fog closed in and we could hardly see anything.
We explored the Latin quarter at night looking ...
... of rows apart. When we arrived at the gate in London i asked the question at the gate as i did make a comment in France about having a **** day or two e.g. Emergency passport. The lady at the gate, said 'oh yes, there is a new boarding pass prepared, they have already changed it' we got seats right at the very back of the plane, just Joelene and I in a two seat row. Much better. Joelene has her Qantas club cards for ...
... off. It is only a 90 minute flight so it was no problem, but we had had very little sllep since Saturday and were a bit over it.
Left Paris in lovely sunny weather but the weather got worse as we flew East, started to have bad memories of our time in the UK.
... Seine River and we admired the picturesque city with many people enjoying picnics along the river. We went inside the Cathedral de Notre Dame and into the Musee de Louvre, doing all the typical touristy things such as photos with da Vinci's mischievous Mona Lisa and being silly outside the Pyramide du Louvre. Entry into all museums on Bastille day was free which was an extra bonus and surprisingly the queues weren't that bad. As we walked through the fashionable Jardin ...