Mercure Paris Lafayette
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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... ve met have been helpful and friendly and a lot of them speak English.
This morning we went to 8:00am Mass at Notre Dame, and then to the Louvre. We briefly saw the Mona Lisa, but the there were so many barricades and people, to me it wasn’t very impressive. However we did see some other extraordinary, famous paintings. We can walk to Notre Dame from our flat and this morning it was early enough so that there were very few people around and not many ...
... nice, but it was a more upscale place. Super clean, big showers, and great breakfast in the morning. Too bad the receptionist was such a *****. Up until today, every French person we interacted with was very nice and polite. She is the exception, and so is the night receptionist. He almost started a fight with Scott because we tried to fill our water bottles in the sink behind the bar. How were we supposed to know we couldn't use that sink? Our room was a bit noisy during the ...
... visit to mona lisa and we bumped into another Tas family -even smaller world!
3 hours in the Musee de Louve and lunch in the grounds was certainly amazing but we are keen to escape the crowds in the galleries.
At night we walked from the louvre to the Eiffel tower to see the left bank and thedazzling light show of the Eiffel tower. As we walked we walked past open air theatre and cinema.
... metro over to the 5th. Her hospital meal arrived while we were there, so pleased I took her dinner in!!!! Tim was there when we got there and very happy to report that she is looking fantastic. Is she didn't have the drains in you wouldn't have thought she had even had an operation! Stayed a while chatting before catching bus back to Juvs for a glass of wine and then wandered home. Cheese and bread for us tonight! ...
... get your daily nicotine dose want it or not!
-they speak French but all the music in the cafés is English and I can bop and sing a long
- my lack of French language skills has been no hindrance - English spoken everywhere - phew!
-need to enter a building? Simply put you cigarette on a table, wall, whatever and pick it up and continue to smoke it once you return - what's left of it anyway
-seen some amazing creations with chocolate and the taste.....well ...