Hotel de l'Orchidee
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- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... been why my attention was peaked.
I'm seeing so much of Paris just walking around. Along the Seine, there are endless buildings of amazing architecture, and I just can't capture the beauty in photos. The walk back to our flat was long, but I get distracted by all the buildings around me so it didn't seem tedious.
In the evening, J and I got another slightly mediocre and slightly overpriced meal before ...
... clothes but it was surely worth it. Besides the creperie was Place du Tetre, an artist's village. We walked through all the vendors, watching them paint and draw. Many tourists were getting their portraits drawn. We took the funiculaire down to the base of Montmartre. Then, we took the metro to Notre Dame cathedral, the first of the great, gothic cathedrals. Gothic architecture is characterized by height, light and "pointy bits" (spires). ...
... So yeah I ended up not finishing that when I had planned to haha but Emma and I had a great night with my housemates and ate another mountain of cheese. For all intents and purposes though lets pretend I was actually better at life and did it then because I will probably need a couple of attempts to discuss everything I have been up to in the last few weeks. So… I guess lots has happened in Lyon too before I departed Eurotripping again. La Fête des Lumières ...
We breakfasted early and caught a taxi to Avenue de l'Opera to meet our tour for the day. Saturday morning traffic proved to be light so we arrived with time for coffee at a side-walk cafe. Another perfect day weather-wise. We were very glad of our group status when we by-passed the snaking line at the palace, collected our audio guides and moved from room to opulent room of this grand palace. Out in the gardens, we ...
... The grass in the parks in Paris is gorgeous but you aren't allowed on it in some of the parks, in some areas you are and those spots are crowded and so littered with cigarettes butts it's not nice. Then we walked down towards the tower where we were to meet the tour guide. Stopped for a cold drink, a beer and a scotch €20, that's about $30, ouch! But it went down well and we could use the loo which is a challenge to find in Paris and then we met ...