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 go with fresh ravioli from the Bastille Market along with a dessert of fresh strawberries and nectarines accompanied by a magnum of Cote du Rhone. What a wonderful super to serve our good friends on their arrival from Limoges.
Annie and Jean-Michel know Paris very well and they guide us to places we have never been. The Palais Royal created by ...
I had to wait a few minutes for my shower this morning, so was slightly later to the Louvre than I intended. There was a short queue, but I was upstairs in Napoleon's apartments by around 9.15, and there was practically no-one else there which was nice. They were very opulent, and pretty amazing to see. Though what else can I say about the Louvre as a whole - hmmm, pretty amazing! I saw wonderful paintings including the Mona Lisa. Understand now the fascination about the Raphael ...
... was a remarkable sight. There wasn't enough time to squeeze in another sight before heading back to Ethel, so we made our way there. The lines had subsided - slightly. The wait still would've been at least a couple of hours. So, sadly, we bid our favourite monument farewell, with me glancing over my shoulder every 20 steps or so. I really hope it's not for the last time. We walked past the hotel and stopped for a late lunch/early dinner ...
... think about was getting home to another of those crisp, cold, glasses of Sancerre. By now, masters of the Metro, we literally limped our way back, with all four knees now in a state of collapse. By the time the cork was removed from the bottle (yes folks, they still use corks here, very civilised!) my leg had taken on a life of its own and was beginning to look like I could have auditioned for the Elephant man movie. Not at all the French ...
... and upward. No alcohol permitted in the park, I kept telling her until she finally capitulated and told me I was very clever. There. So we taxi to the park. And there are hundreds of people spread out in this massive grassed area, looking directly down towards the magnificent Eiffel Tower. Lots and lots of family groups, young ones, all different nationalities. All drinking. From beer bottles. Wine bottles Champagne glasses. No one seemed to ...