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... Christophe at our charming little studio apartment in the 15th District. It was a former Boulongerie that has been refurbished. Christophe was very charming and took us on a neighbourhood tour to familiarise us. The area is a lovely residential Parisian area and within a few minutes walk we were close to cafes, bakeries, butchers, seafood and fruit & vegetable markets and two Metro stops so it was a great location. At the end of the day it was lovely to ...
... we found one that could squeeze 4 of us in. Only thing was no one spoke English & the menu was all in French. We didn't have a clue what we were ordering. Managed to order a chicken dish without having to cluck cluck or move my arms. The Eiffel Tower looks amazing at night. It sparkles like a diamond for 10 mins every hour. A photo doesn't do it justice. The next morning we walked To the Eiffel Tower, thought about ...
... per day, is automatically added to your account, and then divided up amongst the staff, with the theory that some people we never see still contribute to our comfort. I agree with the theory, but when I talked to Kadek, our Balinese assistant waiter, who has a good grasp of English, and I feel to be pretty honest, he said that money goes to the company, and they don't get a "bonus" or tip. We decided to tell the reception staff that we would pay ...
... of Paris after the 2 1/2 hour journey, and then arrive at Paris Gare Du Nord station. Our hotel is located only 2 kilometres from the station, so we take a cab and hope for an early check-in, as it was only 2pm - no such luck. We're staying in the Opera district of Paris only two blocks from the famous Moulin Rouge, and it's quite central to the city, and we're surrounded by some very old and historic buildings, and lots of churches. The language ...