Mercure Paris Porte De Pantin
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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We woke early and thought we'd find some breakfast on the street. Wrong. Just bars with seedy looking men and not appealing. Remember we are not in a major tourist area. So back to the hotel for their high priced buffet breakfast but Lar was happy with bacon and eggs and I had lots of fresh fruit and mueseli.
We decided we could not cope with …
... the wallpaper, curtains, bedspread and canopy. There was a secret door in here and this is what she used to escape the palace during the revolution.
We also saw some of the fountain shows but again with at least 10 fountains you would need a week to see them all. They now provide golf buggies for people to get around and this would be a great idea.
Hopefully not so much walking tomorrow.
First off, the weather is absolutely perfect; low 70s during the day which is a welcome relief from the heat index of 100 that Florida had about a week ago. Mom and I arrived this afternoon after a 7 hour flight which I though was fine and mom thought was awful. Charles de Gaulle airport was a bit of a nightmare, but that's to be expected. Once you have successfully found your way through several broken kiosks and purchased your metro tickets ...
... Aimee ordered a plate full of hot pesto flavoured snails (much better than cold snails) then on to have a look at the notre dame cathedral via the lovelock bridge before navigating the French subway system to get back to the hotel for a quick nap and cleanup before we head out to the moulin rouge. We had about 10mins to spare when we arrived at the moulin rouge so nipped back to the Irish bar for a quick drink, one guy in the group managed to down ...
Sunshine came out in honour of our last full day in Paris. We headed straight for the Eiffel Tower, and that really was a highlight of our whole stay in the City of Lights. With our tourist hop-on-hop-off bus tickets, we then headed up to Montmartre. An incredibly talented Guinean footballer was doing his show on a pillar halfway up the steps to Sacre Coeur. We'd seen him on ...