Le Fabe Hotel
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... way to a party of one of our other french friends. We met a ton of french people, and other not-french people. It was an interesting group at this party. One of the people we met is working on a PhD and studies with the LGH (large Hadron Collidor). Another one works with Ubisoft and helps design the Assasins Creed Games. We had a lot of great conversations and met a lot of cool people.
We went to sleep around 4AM.
... bridge. We bought padlocks on the way there off a market guy I gots a blue 1, Gemski got a red 1 and Ella got a gold 1. We put them on the bridge facing the Eiffel Tower in the middle and all together. I wrote on mine my name, age and where I live haha. I then threw one key in the water making a wish. Yay lol :-P After we had photos and what not we found a restaurant to have a late lunch. We had some wine, baguettes, chips and the best dessert!! Jordie and I had a raspberry tart ...
... bit nervous approaching the church, but the early hour and the rain must have put them off, and there were just tourists present. (At Versailles, you had to run a gauntlet to get back to the bus; the hawkers spaced themselves in a line about two metres apart so you had to put your head down to avoid eye contact and make a bit of a run for it.)
I went into the church, and was immediately told to put my camera away - no photos allowed. That was a bit disappointing. However, ...
... supporter). That day we also went to the Musee de Louvre. There was a huge line but we got to skip it because we got passes. We got audio guides that were Nintendo 3DS's (which are actually 3D!). I was going to say the Louvre was by FAR the biggest museum I've ever been to, but I looked it up and the Smithsonian in DC and the Met in NYC (both of which I've been to) are bigger. The Louvre seemed extremely huge anyways. I don't think we could have gotten through the whole thing ...
... on the train when the buzzer for the doors went off to say they were closing and I only managed to just getting on the train in time after yanking my luggage through the doors that had shut on it. Lesson learnt though, don't jump on the train if a buzzer beeps. I would of just met him at the next station anyway so not a big drama. Tip: always have a plan just in case you get parted from each other while travelling on public transport. It wasn't ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
The room was small however you cant expect much space in European Hotels. It was beautifully renovated with nice artwork in each room.
The staff were very friendly and extrememly helpful with transport and attractions.
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