The Lodge du Centre Hotel
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
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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 made our own way via train to Versailles to explore the palace. A short stroll through the streets of Versailles and a stop at Juliette's Cafe (best coffee) brought us to the palace with its ornate gold leaf fence. A stop at the Information desk, saw canny Michael find an English speaking guided tour for us to take in the afternoon. Best of all it meant we avoided ...
... 2 hours so that we could catch up with the tour bus. Upon arrival in Paris, everyone went their separate ways. Jim & I ate across from the Louvre with Santa sitting at a table next to us. He really does Santa each Christmas--we had a very nice chat. We walked over to Ste. Germaine again to catch the hop on hop off bus to complete the tour of the Latin quarter. Near the Hotel Invalides we stopped for crepes ...
... home with me. I go as far as trying to get in the taxi with them and she just laughs and says when I'm in America I'm guaranteed sex. Right. Girls are weird. In fact no, just she is weird, Jack and myself are especially angry but even her friend who wanted to invite us back doesn't seem happy. What an illogical stupid decision that wasted my whole night. The amount of strangers trying to grope me that I rejected because I didn't want to ruin a 'sure thing' was upwards of 5 for ...
Our last day in Paris
We wondered from our hotel towards the Observatoire De Paris to hop back on the bus and cover the areas we hadn't yet explored.
The problem with recorded guides on the bus is that they often are telling you to look to the left where some semi-famous person you've never heard of went for lunch 200 years ago while there ...