Mercure Paris Ivry Quai De Seine
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... They held nothing back and showed us the whole thing, warts and all, and it was far more informative than either Moët or Mercier that we did yesterday, which are really just a PR show with little consideration for the truth. We even climbed the the tower in the building which had a 7 levels and 226 steps (numbered) up a spiral staircase and led to nowhere in particular since the door at the top was ...
... getting on the train and had a fun picnic on our two and a half hour ride. (Before we jumped on the train, Georgia grabbed some of the "Harry Potter" fans in our group and let them check out platform "9 3/4") I am not sure if the girls were quite as amazed as I was that we were riding in a TRAIN under the English Channel, but the 20 minute ride through the Chunnel was exciting. We have been getting to know the rest ...
... 750 kms to go! Mild panic session. Are we even on the right train? At least we are getting a good look at the scenery. After Bordeaux train driver stepped on the gas. No looking at scenery now! Was like being in a rocket - no more stops- arrived in Paris right on time.
Got off at Montparnasse -not far from our hotel but drizzling rain so treat ourselves to a cab.
Arrive at hotel -wow! A beautiful little boutique hotel right in the middle of the Sorbonne. At least ...
... Paris, as they must be removed periodically; the time and expense devoted to that thankless chore must be enormous.
Much to the relief of Thelma and Louise, both of whom were still smarting from yesterday's bus debacle, we successfully managed to locate the #69 bus stop not far from the Louvre. We soon arrived back at the apartment, with our feet in much better condition than yesterday.
... is completely normal: such studios exist all over the city and it is common for ordinary people to take classes like this in their spare time. While I know it's not an impossible thing to find in New Zealand, its unremarkable presence here in an ordinary residential neighbourhood is so striking to me. While I'm sure that living in a large European city has its downsides, this is one of the many positive aspects for which I feel a great deal of ...