Le Cardinal Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Multilingual staff
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... that came out everyday. Paris is an open museum - around ever corner was a new statue, beautiful architecture, a roadside cafe or a medieval church. It really is a breathtaking city filled with charm,art and culture unsurpassed to anything I had seen anywhere else in Europe. The home of some of the worlds oldest churches and most famous art I checked out some pretty amazing monuments: * Eiffle Tower * Champs-Élysées * Hotel de Ville * ...
... Moulin Rouge" .. Staff were helpful, prompt and it even included driving us home after the show.. Throughly recommend them for any tourism in France.
The bus tour was the same route as today's hop on/ off but what a difference a few million lights make! Best illuminations this side of Hong Kong...
I will let the photos do the talking there.. Sheer brilliance!
Talking of "sheer".. The fabulous costumes at Moulin Rouge were certainly that! The whole show ...
... designs and water fountains (we found one that was synchronized with the music that was playing). After retuning to the hotel, a group of us decided to go to Notre Dame. It is amazing all of the detail that went into the exterior. We were unable to go inside due to the time and the long line. On our way back to the metro stop we found Love Lock Bridge, or one of the many I should say. We then stopped at a bakery to get french bread to eat later that ...
So by now we've seen and done everything we wanted to do in Paris and are taking it pretty easy (as per usual). In typically lazy fashion we decided to head out for brunch at the cafe in Montemarte called Soul Kitchen, which was closed on Monday. It turned out the coffee was pretty good, as was the food. The cafe even had 'conversation starter' cards so Steven and I could try ...
... 233;e Militaire. We walked back to the hotel, had a massage, recharged our electronics, and took the subway to Montmartre. This was the one thing I was looking forward to and it was indeed gorgeous! We went to basilique Sacré-Coeur (we could've taken the funicular up, but Mark insisted we climb about 200 steps). Like any other church in Paris, the inside was breathtaking. Absolutely huge with such intricate details. We then had a snack on the steps leading up ...