Median Paris Porte de Versailles
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- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Room service
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... 5 cents for text message received. I had my iphone 5s with me. For some reason there was no phone reception, and despite turning it off and on, it didn’t work. I was concerned that my family at home is worried and can’t get in touch with me, so I hurried back to the hotel. As I was walking back from Bastille area, my phone suddenly worked, but I figured I’ll just get to the hotel to check in as it was 14:00 already. My room was ready, it was on the first floor (2nd ...
... looking at the bits and pieces on offer for sale in the stalls that run along both sides - there are lots of lovely things to buy, and I note that they are still selling padlocks regardless of the whole #lovewithoutlocks thing going down at the moment. We passed the Louvre, which we will visit another day, and the military hospital. Jarrod is spending the afternoon and evening with his friend, Dragan, which is fantastic.. I'm ...
... I picked up in Australia before I left had an underground map in it. Having experienced the London Underground while over at the Olympics, it wasn't Rocket science to work it out. (So I thought) I needed the Pink "E" Line. Signs directing to the E line were easy to follow, down a few levels on the escalator then a flight of stairs. Down I went to the platform, only to find it was the platform for the "From" St Lazare ...
The first thing we had to do today was to collect our 'Paris Pass' vouchers. This meant riding the metro and locating the pickup place. We pulled this off without much issue. After this, it began what we called the Amazing Race, Paris Edition. This isn’t totally true, as we weren’t racing from place to place, just trying to see as much as we could. We had prioritized the places that we wanted to see and the things that we wanted to do, keeping ...
... immediately settled down in the reasonably priced French-style chain restaurant next door for a reviving ice-cold beer and a cheerful meal. My feet ached, and my head was still awhirl with everything that we had seen and experienced. After all, this was a place associated with war and revolution, yet its demeanour remains one of grandeur, opulence and extravagance. One can be forgiven for feeling a bit confused. But then again, that's History for you.
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