Les Fabliaux Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... of swans. We counted 30 one afternoon, mostly unmated singles, though we did see 2 families with youngsters. They swim up and down the river looking for handouts and seem to only want bread. They were not interested in the lettuce I offered that’s for sure.
There are at least 4 different war monuments in town - it was liberated by troops from the American 3rd Army in both world wars. There is a also a monument to the deportees ...
... people continuously stepping over barricades and many seemed to be leaving. Not knowing French, we didn't have a clue what was going on. We wondered if the ride had stopped working, but we decided to persevere and wait in the queue. Eventually, we realised that someone had changed some of the queue dividing ropes and people had been queuing up in the wrong direction! We did eventually get back into some sort of order, but it was very ...
... a Paris on Hop off bus tour and visited Notre Dame, Eiffel Tower, Arc De Triomphe, we walked around beautiful Trocadero and enjoyed the views from on top of the hill and all the other sights of Paris. We enjoyed Nutella Crepes at the base of the Eiffel Tower.
We are amazed by the skill of the bus drivers as they are able to drive and maneuver around the busy streets which are at times very narrow and hectic.
Sunday we took a ...
... where we had a chicken caesar salad.
After lunch, we headed straight for the Eiffel Tower which was absolutely huge!! After several photos, we joined the queue to go up. Unfortunately you could only go the the first view point as the summit was closed, but still some stunning views of the city were avaliable!
After the Eifel Tower, we hopped on the Metro once again to take us to Notre Dame. An absolutley stunning cathederal which was ...
... and of course, throwing them at the kids). After I dropped them off, I took a trek around the city. The harbor was absolutely breathtaking in the snow. And to boot, I saw some seagull prints in the snow. How exotic!
Despite the snow, we headed to Paris (by car). Which, admittedly, was not the smartest idea. What was supposed to be a 3 hour ride turned into a 7 hour ride with constant stopping/starting and slamming on breaks, all of which made me extremely car ...