Mercure Paris Lafayette
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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... to bed for an early night, Phil and I event for a walk along the canal. It was really cool!!!! Massive groups of people were lined up along along the canal and in the little parks with bread, cheese, dips, wine, beer….every delicious picnic food up you could think of. Some people were even playing bocce!!! There were pop up restaurants and bars set up on boats and many cafés overlooking the water. I just wanted to grab a blanket, some food ...
... get them to a point of just conscious. In trying to wake Rachel up, she has now provided us with a story that will be great for those special occasions like 18th and 21st birthday.
The airport at Abu Dhabi was like it was the middle of the day. It is not like Sydney where on the loud speakers your flights are announced and calls if you are late for flight are announced. If you are not at your gate at boarding then too bad.
The flight ...
... chilled and ready for bed. Post Versailles mum and I moved to Le Mon hotel a stones throw from the Arc De Triomphe for the start of the birthday revelry. We kicked it all off with a delightful visit to a market who's name escapes me where in our wanders we all picked up our lunch and took a scenic (read circuitous) route to a very beautiful park where the delicious market goods were consumed with much gusto. We used our return trip to the hotel to walk ...
What a day! Left the hotel at 9.30am and got back at midnight, absolutely shattered. Headed first to our meeting point for bike tour, then as we had arrived early we found a very yummy patisserie for breakfast of fresh croissants and pain au chocolate. It is going to be very boring going home to toast and cornflakes! Met up with the tour guides for fat bike tours, and walked to their office to pick up bikes. Pedalled off into the streets of ...
... on the map we realised that we were almost back at Sarah's place. Whoops! Finally we approached it. It was a very strange atmosphere. We began to walk towards the square, like the undead or zombies being drawn to a light or a master or something similar. No one was around and yet we were beginning to be surrounded by giant high rise buildings and enormous sculptures. The weather was overcast and there were no leaves on the trees. It was uncannily like we were ...