Kyriad Prestige Le Bourget
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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This journey went fast as we made small talk with a retired American pilot and family, checked into the Magellan Hotel, and went out for dinner. Security is not overt to our observation but it will be in appropriate public places. What a terrible shame the Charlie Hebdo ...
... pulsed with the energy of days gone by, where painters and writers and poets hung out? That's where we went today. Of course, in the light of early afternoon, it merely swarms with tourists. Montmartre is a very steep hill topped by a lovely basilica, Sacre Coeur. From our Metro stop, we took a funicular to the base of the church steps. We detoured to an Irish pub, Corcoran's, to share a bowl of Guinness stew for lunch. Full of delectable bits of beef and carrots and with a ...
Despite the fact that it was our last day in the city we had quickly fallen in love with, we both slept in till after 10, due to a poor nights rest on an air mattress. I finally forced myself up, determined to exercise and shower before we hit the town, both of which we did. We did some quick research into cheap places to eat and I found a place not too far away from the Notre Dame that sold meal in a bowl salads, something we were very excited for. We got the ...
... is quite sedate. Along the sides of the church are little chapels dedicated to various saints. I was quite impressed to see a statue of Joan of Arc, they must like her on this side of the narrow sea. Surprisingly, there were not many dedications to the Virgin Mary. For those that don't know, Notre Dame means Our Lady, so really the cathedral should be all about her. Although as I flick through the guide book apparently there are ...
... We eventually catch the bus as we have been walking all day & need to get back in time to catch transport to the show. Back in the hotel Grant sews the button back on my cargo pants & we dress up a bit smarter for the show. Reception helps us with the buses to catch & after about an hour of buses, walking & French people that can't speak English trying to help we find the Moulin Rogue. Thankful for the Canadian lady that took pity on us when a French girl ...