La Maison Favart
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... share in so many amazing memories. They were near perfect playmates on the trip, holding hands as they walked on beaches in Sardinia, toured the Vatican Museums or Paris Parks. They sat in the backseat together for countless hours in our rental cars and whispered secrets to each other each night as they fell asleep in their shared bedrooms. I hope that the memories from the trip stay with them, and that like me, their first trip to Europe inspires many more! ...
Yesterday we walked along the champs élysées, had macaroons at Laduree and climbed the Arc de triomphe. We took the metro to the Pompidou centre and also toured the Orangerie museum, the museum had a nice feel and was the perfect size. Then we met up with our friends from Boulder, The ...
Nick has wanted to see the catacombs since we got to Paris. On our first day we drove past and saw the enormous line that forms every day. Wasn't too sure we were going to do it, but on our final days we decided it was worth it.
We woke extremely early so that we could be at the catacombs for 9 am. They open at 10. A bit of a wait, but it is either wait now, or wait ...
... off again at around 8:30pm, we grabbed a quick bite to eat, jumped on the metro and headed back to the tower. The crowds were still there but had subsided slightly. With our booking, we could go straight to the front of the queue and into the lift. We got up to the 2nd level of the tower and being scared of heights, I did find the lift ride a bit scary. Ha ha. It was a few degrees colder and on the west side the wind was strong but the view was awesome. There wasn't ...
... starts banging and shaking the door and calls out "AIDE AIDE" under the door. Stephen opens his translator app and starts to write a note in French to slip under the door. His original thought was to drop notes off the balcony. Luckily, for the passer byers, we didn't have any bottles for his messages. And me? I begin googling, emailing and phoning every business in the building until I come up triumphs. That was one phone ...