Kyriad Paris Ouest Puteaux
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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After a long flight from Hong Kong we finally arrived in Paris at 7.45am on Monday. We settled into our gorgeous apartment on Rue Perignon in the 15th arrondissement and waited for our friends Geoff and Mei to arrive. It was great to see them as they have been away from home for ...
... to look such was the scenery! Truly an experience to cherish. Vlad tried taking a few sneaky photos, since a part of the terms and conditions was that if you are caught taking photos, your camera/phone will be confiscated. None of the photos turned out!! It was the late show so Ivan and Vlad hit the local bars, hoping that the showgirls might show up after the show, but alas not. Vlad stumbled home slightly earlier than Ivan, but still it was not that far from ...
(Written in December) After a fairly uneventful morning in little old archway, we headed out for Luton airport to catch a plane to the city of love, Paris. Luton airport is unlike any other airport that I have ever been to. Obviously not international, very.. Cheap I guess is the word as mostly budget airlines fly out of it. We checked our bags in and then had to take our passports to a random desk where a lady stamped them and I guess that was immigration? (If you could even call it ...
... and arrived on the second floor at the same time that my fast pass ticket allowed me to get up there. From the second floor we needed to get another lift to reach the Summit. I waited in line whilst Bridget went to find somewhere to buy the ticket. The view was spectacular and I got to admire the sunset from the top but Bridget never made it up the top so I had to do it alone. I went back down to the second floor and again I waited in the line for the lift whilst Bridget ...
... and more water, Orangina, Coca and Perrier and a huge ice tea) were purchased along the way to keep us going.
While the crowds and the queues were pretty overwhelming at every step of the way today and the heat an additional “challenge” I am very glad that we made the effort to go to Versailles. The girls are tired tonight (M, L and P ended up coming over to our place for pink wine and further visiting so a long day indeed) and they ...