Hotel de l'Orchidee
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... and stayed in an old fashion hotel and I slept with josh it was so fun the most funnest thing was our cousin Grace we had a apartment next to a crepe with Nutella and banana and wiped cream it was massive so I had to give some to Dad because I didn't finish it. On Wednesday we went to the Eiffel Tower and climbed it mum got scared because it was so high all of us found it interesting and took loads of photos and it was FREEZING. On our last day we want to euro Disney in Paris ...
... We're off to Zurich tomorrow which has much lower temps. On our walking travels, near Notre Dame, we found a garden market with a dozen sheds selling plants and garden accessories. Jus also had a little surprise for me by taking me to a couple of the Midnight in Paris filming locations such as the road where the Peugeot rolled up and the steps where Gil (Owen Wilson) was sitting when he was invited to join F. Scott Fitzgerald and his party back to the 1920's. Jus sat waiting for a ...
We went to the Place Dauphine and took a walk down memory lane to check and see if Henri IV was still in business. It was and still looks the same as it did when we stayed there and Stefan and Marianne met us for a long weekend. Had a cup of coffee and remembered some of the fun we had that long weekend. Walked to Pont Neuf and enjoyed the view from there.
From there we went to the Tulleries Gardens along the Seine and took another ...
.so I spent my birthday in one of my favorite places from my past memories. We started by coming in on the train and hitting up a very lovely tea and coffee place for a morning start and the wifi. We then walked around seeing the outside of the Louvre, Arc de Triumph, Nortadame, etc. (by the way my spelling sucks). We then went up the tower for a view in the cool rain and started back just after sunset to catch the next train. Paris as still amazing as I ...
... be inserted before it would allow us to exit. It has been quite some time since we've been confronted with this method used to discourage free-loaders, so Dee had already disposed of her ticket. As a result, when we reached the exit turnstile, panic set in! Fortunately, a kindly gentleman perceived our dilemma, and graciously held open the gate to let us out. Yet another example of the nice people we've encountered throughout our entire trip, not only in France, ...