Pavillon Henri IV
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Eiffel Tower while we explored more parts of Montmartre. The 2 separate roséing stops were required given the number of hills and staircases that exist in this part of town. We shopped locally and were able to provide the kids with the best (and only) home cooked meal they had while in Europe, accompanied by the Grand Vin Du Chateau De Pommard only obtainable at the winery, that they had purchased as a birthday gift. Without a doubt the best wine we have had so ...
... of hypothermia, the cold seeping in through the soles of our shoes our feet aching and ready for bed. In our minds the show should kick off at 10.30 and finishing at 11 (park closing time). 10.30 comes and goes and we decided we would either need a hot choc and a muffin or else we'd be joining mr Walt Disney in his frozen state of rest. 3mins to 11pm and an announcement is made that the show will commence in a matter of minutes. Right, we now had 3 mins ...
... to get in front of everyone then when the gate opened it was at the other end They still would not believe it and stood their ground but alas the poor silly buggars had to follow if they wanted to join us on the cruise. Ha. Ha When we arrived back at the dock we had a stroll along the many stalls that were selling almost anything from rubbish to very expensive stuff, silver, fur coats, old wares , plus lots of **** that no one wanted Once again my sence of direction got ...
... a city lights tour, although it didn't get dark until about 10 so we didn't get the real effect until we were heading back to the hotel. The Eiffel Tower was very pretty lit up and there were masses of people there drinking champagne and taking photos. Tomorrow is our last day in Paris and the weather isn't meant to be good so I guess we will make a plan in the morning! ...
... girls and Dwaine and Jake and went into our allocated starting area - 4 hrs 15 min goal time area. About an hour later we finally started the race. We gave each other a hug and wished each other good luck as we ran across the start line. This was it I was running my very first marathon along the Champs Élysées in PARIS! The atmosphere was electric. The streets were lined with bands, brass bands people playing trumpets, ringing bells and crowded ...