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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
- Room service
- Banquet room
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... where we were standing. We thought that was it, until we realized that they were actually doing a loop of about a mile, circling the Arc de Triomphe and a track along the Seine. So, actually, we saw them several times. The crowds were huge and excitedly snapping pictures. Every third person seemed to have a selfie stick raised above the crowd. We finally saw the very end of the race on one of many jumbotrons set up for the crowds watching. ...
... this week is shaping up to be all kinds of amazing. The perfect way to say goodbye to some of my friends before leaving on a long-term trip around the world.
But, before leaving, I suppose I'd best get some packing done... Wouldn't want to end up in Paris without my supplies.
I hope you'll have as much fun as I will this coming week!
Stay tuned for updates & pictures...
Cinthia, over & out
... t seen a single vehicle collision, or pedestrian flying through the air, but still, we are NEVER going to drive a car on the wrong side of the road. The Eiffel Tower is quite close, and looks even closer from up there, and the view of Sacre Coeur is lovely. It is a great way to orient yourself, and Wok got some great photos. We wandered back down the Champs Élysées, past all the seriously expensive shops where the ...
It had been over 30 years since we last saw Marie-Berthe. A Parisian native, she sort revenge by walking our two feet to stumps (a little imperial joke) Every tiny alley full to the brim of wonderful stuff, every amazing art nouveau building, the head stones of Jean Paul Sartre and Simone De Beauvoir (complete with kisses -but as neither Frank or I had any lippy about our ...
... You cannot climb to the top level, so we missed that bit. Next time. Quick lunch then climbed down and boarded the bus, that then took us around most of the sights of the well known areas of Notre Dame, Latin Quarter, and the Seine. Hopped off at the Musée D'Orsay. Built in an old railway station, the fantastic building is as good as the art. Lots of sculpture, and then the ...