La Villa Maillot
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... train tickets. The queue to get tickets was rather long so my brother and I played a national flags game. Anyway, we eventually got second class tickets. We got seated in the train and soon we began to move. I can't tell you much about the trip because I fell asleep for most of the time. I was awakened a few minutes before we arrived at Vernon.
When we arrived on the bus we realised that Monet's garden ...
... we must signal for the account when we are done, this decision is left for us to make, not the waiter.We remember to indicate from a distance by gesturing a signature or asking for l'addition SVP.Apparently for a waiter to hand you an unsolicited bill is very bad form.
The rain continued, but we trekked over to The Louvre, which is about a fifteen minute walk from our hotel. This took several hours and we only managed to see ...
... or waiting! Made a straight dash for the Mona Lisa and also saw Davide's crowing of Napoleon (its huge!). Then on to shopping in St. Germain. Went to Petit Bateaux for some essentials for Katie that I forgot! Then on to Pollaine, the barefoot contessa's favorite bread store. Then a long walk home in the rain but happy and laughing the whole way! Off to London tomorrow on the ...
... school and the time in Montreal has helped out. Plus the fact that in Canada we see in both official languages. We know enough to get by and most are helpful and want to communicate. We started off by getting some groceries for the next couple of days. Coffee!!! being high on the list. And a bottle of Red wine...!! We made the short hike to see the Eiffel Tower. It's much bigger than it's replica at Paris on the Vegas Strip. ...
... not too bad. The driver reminded me of my dad so I somehow felt safe. We got to our hotel, Hotel Excelsior Latin pretty quickly. The check in process was pretty non-existent and the manager not very helpful. The first time we have experienced that on our trip. We had the tightest, strangest little elevator. It's an updated hotel in a very old building with very narrow hallways. Definitely had some character! We faced the street which was fairly quiet luckily. The floor ...