The Lodge du Centre Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room
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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 …
We still had a couple of hours to kill so rugged up we jumped aboard the L'Open Tour Paris.
They are double decker, open top buses, seen in most cities, that do a loop of the city. Paris has one of the best we have found. It's probably because it is so picturesque. You just can't take bad photos in this city.
The loop took two hours and we were fortunate to be able to sit right up front, upstairs so had ...
... the way, however, we came upon Av Montaigne. This is where the really, really fancy shops are located.
Strolling along the Champs-Elysees was a great way to end our Paris visit.
We spent our last evening dinning at a brasseries called Le Beaujolais. We ate there earlier in the week and really enjoyed it so we decided to spend our last evening in Paris there.
Today we walked to the Eiffel Tower but we couldn't get very close because they were setting up for the Bastille Day fireworks celebrations that are on tonight. We then bought tickets for the hop-on hop-off bus. We saw lots of sites and from the top of the bus and stopped off at a few of ...
... the likes of Pablo Picasso, Ernest Hemingway and Jean-Paul Sartre had similar problems buying their groceries at Monoprix so this is why they ate at Les Deux Magots.
After three visits to Paris, Video Girl and Battery Boy finally braved the lengthy queues and visited Notre Dame Cathederal and towers. Quasimodo has been protecting the bells of Notre Dame for a very long time but it appears he has been replaced by an African gentleman that makes Shaq ...