Mercure Paris Lafayette
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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Today was the first full day in Paris. Busy, busy, busy. People going everywhere, motorcycles, small cars, bikes, and loads of busses. We did something different than London and bought 3 day pass for hop on hop off instead of cab rides. The areas that we want to visit are further apart than in London so this will work out better.
We rode three of the four routes and listened to the ...
... where we took our family selfies last time. Back along to Quai d'Orsay and across back to la Concorde it was still quite enough for us to bike around it without any bother. We headed up through Madeline towards St Augustine and we were home. A pretty relaxed 2hr ride, all for 3e, the velib is a pain when you can't track down a bike, but once you have one - awesome! Back at the hotel Emerson was still asleep when we go home at 9:30, much needed! Max and I headed out for ...
... be a game of cricket on somewhere around here, it is summer in England, after all! Sure enough, the small village of Fulking was hosting a one-day match between the Sussex and Kent county 2nd XI's! So off I went, on foot, in search of Fulking...on foot, evidently, a little ambitious! Some two hours later I reached Devils Dyke atop the South Downs of Sussex, the Spen Cama Memorial Cricket Ground in sight, but not just close, all the same. Scrambling my ...
... and his life on one side and on the other has different big points in the bible. Showed a lady how to take pictures with her iphone. I took **** loads of photos. We didn't want to wait in line to go up to the top so we proceeded to go to another spot. We walked down on the side streets and found a place to eat I got a baguette with salami and some chocolate cake and a coke. What is with the no Ice nobody gives you ice it's stupid. Sorry ...
... in hand. But instead, we couldn't see anything but whiteness, raindrops pelting the windows and soaked visitors coming in from the outside observation deck. We really got our money's worth on this attraction (not!). But, hey, it's one of the things you must do in Paris - rain or shine. Unfortunately we didn't get to enjoy a French picnic in the expansive park beside the tower, so that will just have to wait for another visit. Nattolie and ...