Mercure Orly Aeroport
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... de-Triomphe - we counted 12 major roads! No wonder I had trouble crossing this roundabout many years ago before I realised there was an underpass! At the base of the Arch, there were a significant number of floral tributes from Armistice day celebrations the day before our visit. We then headed down to Hôtel des Invalides, which houses a huge military museum covering many of Frances's contribution to the world's wars. Louis XIV had this magnificent building constructed ...
... in 5 inch heels..........
The actual ballet was really amazing for about an hour. Then the thought of myself waking up in 4 hours to catch a flight hit me and I suddenly got extremely tired of watching ballet and the orchestra nearly put me asleep. Thank god I had our extremely comfortable seats from the 1800s that creaked with every movement to keep me awake.
The next morning, we woke up at 3 AM sharp, jumped in a cab, and headed to Rome Ciampino Airport. We arrived ...
... had lunch instead. We have also discovered with three people a taxi is only a bit more expensive than the subway.
Paris has been freaking expensive so far as we drink and eat away our jet lag - we don't even bother converting back to NZD - otherwise that 14 euro cocktail might not get ordered. Moving on to Southwest France tomorrow to retrace some of my pilgrimage from last ...
... Parisian architecture. We found a great cafe, as in a modern cafe with lattes, etc. and lots of coffee paraphernalia - so why on earth would they be making coffee with long-life milk?? Anyone known the answer to this question??? Is it an attempt by purists to force us to drink espresso?? The Luxembourg gardens are just magnificent - beautiful trees and flowers and ...
... shops were so high end, we departed quickly. Back on the metro to Bir-hakim and the Eiffel Tower. A walk past the many tented kiosks selling everything from souvenirs to eats ( we stopped for ice cream..the day was hot!) and we arrived at the enormous iron structure built for the worlds fair in1889. Again, crowded with hundreds of people but we managed some photos before we left. Arrived back at ...