Mercure Paris Lafayette
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... promptly went "missing" (probably because I got a little, uhh... sidetracked.) I found her quite content amidst the crowd, watching the runway models on video, during Paris Fashion Week.
We all enjoyed wandering through this many storied fashion house, with its excessive wares like a "shoe wardrobe" and "pique-nique" trunk for those with servants to ...
... on visiting the Eiffel Tower tonight but accidentally took the wrong metro line and ended up exiting at St. Michel, just south of Ile de la Cite. I grabbed a ham and cheese crepe and ate it by the river. I can see why Paris is considered a romantic city. There are wide tree-lined walkways, spacious parks and gardens, and the river Seine, which glimmers at night from all the lighted-up buildings and bridges. The half moon is shining bright in the night sky and violin music is ...
I must have a thing for rivers, because so far all my favourite cities have been those with water flowing through them =) This extended weekend trip was one of the best experiences I've had - it was comfy, social, not too rushed, yet jam-packed with nearly every famous Parisian sight.
I had be at the tube station at 6.20am though @___@ But I made it, and with a group of 40 others, we boarded our coach for the drive up to Dover to ...
... rain is pattering against the front windows. It has now been a month straight of rain in England, France and Spain. The sun is supposed to come out but it is not getting the job done. I watch a tug turn us around so the ship can back into is berth in Le Havre. We have arrived at 8:30 AM and it is time to go downstairs and get my bike. I am the first off the ferry riding straight toward the train station ...
... conclusion I can draw is that it must be the story's and comprises behind it that account for its fame, because the painting itself is not that impressive. I thought the painting opposite was far more amazing, but I can't for the life of of remember what it was called. After the Louvre we headed for notre dame, everything about that place was just...wow. The architecture, the stained glass windows the choir. With plenty more we wanted to do ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed