Mercure Paris Convention Parc Expo
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- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... restaurant just on the corner of their building. We were too early for dinner, so we went around the corner to an Irish Pub they had also suggested to get a drink before dinner and then making our way to the train station to go home.
The Irish Pub was called the Cork and it was great! It had an awesome vibe and was the perfect spot for us to kill some time and feel like real Parisiens before meeting our train. Just after 7 we walked to the restaurant for dinner and ...
... swap it for a 2 day pass. What followed was a long drawn out stand-off between cross channel adversaries for about 20 minutes. The ticket guys initial explanation was that he can't swap tickets because they're already sold, and it's too much effort, and the universe will end, and so on. After about 20 minutes of debate, with the rest of us moving further and further away to avoid being dragged into it, the ticket guy rang his boss, who said "il n'est pas un problème" and ...
Friday 5 September
We left work early on Friday and headed for the Eurostar. We arrived in plenty of time just because we knew that it we would also have our usual travel delays (hint of sarcasim). So it ended up we were 1.5 hours delayed which sucked but what can you do we just have to accept that is how it works when Kate and I travel. We got into Paris a little later than expected but still with plenty of time to go see the Eiffel Tower sparkle which ...
... alone as well. Since I was oh so familiar with how lost you can feel in Paris, I was more than happy to have her join us. So, after breakfast we went for some shopping at Galleries Lafayette. This is a mall located in a very commercial, touristy part of Paris that I purposely avoided last year, but shopping is what happens when you get three women together. After that we walked the Champs Élysées, where they have shops like Banana ...
... fully booked so we didn't have specific seats and we had to sit in the cafe car. The countryside was interesting, ranging from city outskirts through rural and small cities along the way. On arrival in Amsterdam we picked up the keys for our accommodation -- a 4 bedroom apartment on Canal Sengil, very close to the railway station and about 1 hour from the Airport. On arrival we were dismayed to find our apartment was on the 5th floor ...