Le Relais d'Aumale
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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There are so many beggars here, but the fellow on the bike had a wonderful and creative way of earning money, we were around the corner in rue Rambuteau having a lovely flat white coffee, made by Nini who learnt to make coffee in Australia, when this fellow passed us by. The suspended bowl is his begging bowl. We caught the train out to Stade de France, all so terribly ...
... string orchestra busking in the metro station. So much so we just stopped and listened. Was quite fantastic. We got off the metro half way between the Louvre and the Arc de Triumph and walked all of the way down through the champ de elysee. The shops really are not that impressive and you can tell this place has probably transitioned from the high end fashion that it once was into the tourist sight seeing shopping that is probably a better description of its current state. The Arc ...
... She's saying 'Parishuttle' I'm saying... 'Where? Where?' Going to be an interesting trip. So we accost this Frenchman. He says, 'Not yet...going to get a coffee...10 minutes' At least that's what we thought he said. So Emily shoots back into the airport to buy a coffee. Off she disappears into the crowd. And the small van pulls up with 'Parishuttle' on the side. The driver hops out and says ...'Mrs. Arch?' Oh ...
... vibe since everywhere we have gone so far has been so busy. Anyway, within in a few minutes we reached a busier area and found Bones just before the rain started. Brad and I both tried some draft French beer and Evan had apricot juice, we joked that he will never want juice at home again because here it tastes 100x better! We all shared some small plates of tapas: chorizo; anchiovies in olive oil; Iberico ham; tomato salad with fresh cheese. Then ...
... a deli that was selling salad by weight so bought some Greek Salad and a Crab Dip and some wee Panini breads. We ate these on some lovely seats looking at a florist shop. The salads were nice not cheap €20
We then headed to the Notre Dame - a very long queue but quick so it did not take long to get in. You are allowed to take photos (no flash) inside. The cathedral is vast, so high and open. In those days the bigger the better but you only had one level ...