Libertel Canal Saint-Martin
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
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... able to go to The Louvre for free - we also visited the love locks bridge (of course we added a lock!), Notre Dame and the Jardins de Luxembourg as we were nearby. That night we picked up some wine and sat outside the Eiffel Tower, luckily it had been a sunny day. There was a free, open-air concert and eventually fireworks at about 11pm, and hundreds of people all around with blankets and picnics enjoying the celebrations. ...
Tonight I'm in a hotel that has a restaurant and full bar, but we're sat in a hotel room eating takeaway pizza and drinking €3 wine from the corner shop. Excellent. Today we went round Paris to sightsee. Saw the Arc De Triomphe built by Napoleon where there is an eternal flame for the grave of the unknown soldier. Napoleon wasn't actually that short at 5'6, but he seemed to think he was. Walked ...
... of silverware and goldsmithery. Some of the work is the sort of thing you would never see now, and while a credit to the craftsmanship, is perhaps a bit gaudy today. I could not love the reliquaries with the bones of saints, despite the rich embellishments. There was one man there who was trying to find some answers in himself. He was sitting in this space with a prayer book, gazing deeply into a cabinet with some fine vessels of the altar. I gave him a wide berth, just to ...