The Lodge du Centre Hotel
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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We landed in Paris at 6:30. Charles de Gaulle airport is very new and not all that intuitive for the newly arrived, but after many wrong escalators and lots of head scratching we found that the luggage carousel was not in the terminal we landed in but two stops away on the train that takes you the customs and baggage collections. Found the luggage …
... because the traffic is so frenetic...and it was! Luckily for us there's an underground walkway to get to the centre bit for a look. We also scaled the 284 steps to get us to the top which gave a most interesting panoramic view of the 'star' and all the streets below. Back down to the unknown soldier - fast fact: he represents 1.3 million French soldiers who lost their lives in World War 1 - that statistic blew my mind - 1.3 million ...
... her. We took a few minutes to look at the monument and took
some photos there. We could see the Eiffel Tower in the distance. A few
minutes later we saw the Eiffel Tower... we walked closer and closer
then we saw it... It was ENORMOUS!!
Then these people came to sell us
little souvenir Eiffel Towers, they were everywhere....suddenly they
started running we wondering ...
... under renovation. So we didn,t get to see it. William is very detail oriented in explaining the architectural significance of everything. Truthfully I find it all too much. I have found when I have enough of his voice I take off my headset. There are two floors to the chapel. The first is less ornate than the 2nd floor but what I like most about it is the ceiling which is a dark blue with fleur de lis painted in gold all over. It is very ...
... We decided to do the self guided tour. This ended up being one of my favorite places to visit in Paris. It is an incredibly grand and beautiful building. The theatre part itself is relatively small, but the grand staircases and reception and grand hall rooms were unbelievable! Amazing gold leaf adornment ad sculptures everywhere plus beautiful paintings. We peeked inside the theatre and saw the plush seats and boxes. I can imagine what ...