Mercure Paris Le Bourget
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... a raincoat but decided Euro 185 a bit pricey? Anyway wandered up to the loos on the fifth floor which gave us time to dry off a little. Once outside we caught the metro once again to the start of the Champs Elysees which is nearly 2 km long. We started at the Place de la Concorde. A lovely promenade walk along ending at the Arc de Triomphe where we just looked around outside as was still raining. Metro again and this time towards Montmartre and Basilique du Sacre ...
... so we decided to wait in line and do it today. We will get to see it in day light but it's close enough to dusk that we will get to see it at night too. The line for tickets took about 30 minutes then the line for the elevator was about 20 minutes. We got off on the second level and checked things out. The view is great. We hooped in line for the summet. The view from the top was amazing especially because it was dark so everything ...
... string orchestra busking in the metro station. So much so we just stopped and listened. Was quite fantastic. We got off the metro half way between the Louvre and the Arc de Triumph and walked all of the way down through the champ de elysee. The shops really are not that impressive and you can tell this place has probably transitioned from the high end fashion that it once was into the tourist sight seeing shopping that is probably a better description of its current state. The Arc ...
Woke up today and decided to go see the Eiffel Tower. We went to the metro station to buy some trains tickets and had to line up for 30 minutes at the information kiosk, only to find the guy manning the booth spoke zero English. We are increasingly coming across the problem of the French totally ignoring the fact that a third of the worlds population speak English. We always try to speak a bit of French, ...
... included 70 artists, Lido Boy dancers (hot stuff), breathtaking scenes, an ice skating rink, 23 monumental sets and 600 scrumptious costumes, it was hard to know where to look! As an added bonus we got moved to front row seats and got two glasses of compliments champagne....someone was looking out for us after a fairly average day. It seemed things were starting to improve and early the next morning my cousin James (also living in London) arrived. After a ...