Le Cardinal Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... out meeting another rude Paris person like the one at the Disney TGV office. We wanted to try out one Pizza, so that if we liked the taste we could order another, bit the rude waiter just refused. He exclaimed loudly how it is possible to share one pizza among four people and just refused to budge, said that the cost would not cover his cost of washing cutlery! They should have at least had some board outside the hotel specifying their minimum order ...
This was to be one of our busiest days of all. We were allowed extra sleep in time and didn't need to be on the coach till 9am. Paris traffic is extremely bad but eventually we drove up the Avenue des Champs-Elysées to the Arc de Triomphe. It looked very impressive and high amid the traffic chaos that surrounded it. Cars, buses & trucks all converged into the large roundabout. There were no lines, just a mass of merging, ...
... friends and visiting some super places, we will definitely be returning next year. We were very excited for our next adventure, staying in Madrid then flying to Paris for 3 nights and 2 full days to explore and revisit the attractions. After having a coffee and tapas in Murcia train station it was time to board, what a comfortable train, lots of leg room, very comfy seats and very quiet. We had a 4 hour journey ahead, after watching a film on the IPad, reading and ...
... washer/dryer and helped to explain how to get to the airport on Friday so she has redeemed herself pretty much in my eyes. We went out for dinner to Le Grappillon which is a very small restaurant just a few doors away. On the way to the restaurant, we saw a tiny shopfront that had appeared out of nowhere and was selling "ju suis Charlie" t-shirts. We decided not to buy one... At the restaurant, I had the cassoulet which was wonderful ...
... exhibit but there were also some that Tim recognized and enjoyed. The next stop was the Carnavalet Museum in which I wanted to see "The Revolution" exhibit--it was closed! This museum did, however, give a good depiction of the history of Paris and the mentality that some people were born to rule and some were born to be ruled. We fly back to Florence this afternoon. We are nearing our sixth month on sabbatical and have traveled more than 20,000 ...