Mercure Paris Val De Fontenay
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... ride was 2). When we woke up that’s when we realized just how exhausted we were!
We took a taxi from the train to our hotel (which is right next to the Moulin Rouge!) and realized quickly we were definitely in another country because the taxi driver only spoke french and had no idea what we were saying. Although I took french in school it was so ***********verse! They talk so freakin fast here! Anyways, the hotel was so much bigger than our room back in London ...
... The information audios are really helpful. We have noticed overall that France is nearly half price compared to UK for some of their sites, really good value. Flush with success and still feeling successful we tackled the Louvre, but not until we had a full stomach.
Off we went full of confidence, with a lost and found strategy just in case. It was hideous! We wondered if it was a ...
... gates to the steps leading to the platform. We were 3/4 of the way down the stairs, arms still linked as the train doors slowly started closing... No matter what we had to do we were getting on that train. Along with our fellow commuters we held that door open and filed into the train. Once again blessed with the last 2 seats on board. We sat ourselves down and weren't moving! Relieved and in stitches laughing that we had actually made it we were taken ...
... but excited as we whizzed up to the second floor platform of the tower. We had to get off to switch elevators so that we could go to the summit. It was fairly busy at the top, but not busy enough for two proposals to happen while we were there! We took our time going around the summit and looking at Paris before we headed back down to the second platform to check out that view. Evan was impressed that he'd been up the Willis Tower in Chicago, which ...
... breathtaking gardens and exterior golden gates. After Versailles we had a huge French baguette with ham and cheese for lunch. Then we hoped back on the Metro and headed for the Eiffel Tower. On this journey we met a lovely women from Australia and a recent graduate from North Carolina (so sweet). Then we climbed the Eiffel tower to the second floor (major leg and butt workout) and the view was unexplainable. Tori and I ...