Mercure Paris Lafayette
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... as well took our photos in the square and then headed towards the Notre Dam which was stunning. I tried to get a photo of the gargoyles but my phone would not pick up on if. By the time we had finished poking around the shops and done a mini loop in the area that we were in it was time to go home and get ready. For the MOULIN ROUGE and sadly, our last night out. The Moulin Rouge was not what I expected it to be and was a little tacky but in saying that it was such an good show and ...
... to say, we didn't need any evening meal. It was the highlight of our time in Paris, no doubt.
Tuesday 2 December 2014
Today was my day....we were going to Galleries LaFayette....the number No.1 shopping store in Paris!
I took some pictures. Of course, the entire store is decked for Christmas and the lights just add to the magnificent architecture of this store. The plan was P would come with me in taxi. We would ...
... his butt off to try and fix this. No real reason was given except that there was construction going on at the hotel. Not very professional to only give 1/2 hour notice that we had no rooms! Anyway, Insight Vacations did an excellent job and we were transferred to the Pullman Hotel. While it was further out of the city, the rooms had been renovated. And the beds were the best we have stayed in all tour. Super soft pillows, fluffy doonas, perfect mattress - ...
... a bus arrived five minutes later that whisked us to the train station in perfect time. Onto the train we could finally relax. On the train we edited pictures and Google-chatted with the Germanns. How fun! The best part of our day, by far, came next. We learned that we are an aunt and uncle!!! The Germanns told us that Mandy and Dave had their baby! We saw a picture over Google-chat and were overwhelmed with the happiness we felt. We were crying and laughing and ...
... a luscious steak. My GLW took pot luck with unidentified words on the menu and received a huge rack of lamb's kidneys. It must have been a giant lamb. It was powerfully rich, and all four of us could have had some and still it would not be finished. Having gone round half of Europe, it was typical that our first menu faux-pas should occur in France, just two days from home.
We walked back to our hotel, and peered through the railings at the famed frontage of the Palace ...