Mercure Paris XV
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... manage to see it in A French Kiss, so can you!
Even if the weather is terrible and it's raining cats and woofers, be sure to stick around for the tower's light display, on the hour, every hour. A note of caution, don't be fooled by friendly strangers offering you Eiffel Tower merchandise. At such a major tourist destination, your bag can go amiss in the blink of an eye, so watch your valuables like a hawk.
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... de Sade, who served time here twice, before being transferred to the Bastille.
By 1pm, when we'd finished looking around the keep, it was still raining. The Saint-Chapelle wasn't open until 2pm, so we left the castle to find lunch nearby. An Italian restaurant across the street looked inviting (and dry), so we went in. Lunch for Xander was a kid's meal of nuggets de poulet et frites, followed by glace chocolat, washed down with limonade. I ...
... you for sharing that extraordinary experience with me! Our friendship means the world x
Of course living in Paris, the tourist scene is not Max's cup of tea. Although despite this she allowed me to drag her around to various landmarks - The Eiffel Tower took a lot of hard work! But we made it and made the most of each second of sunshine! Sacré Cœur and Montmartre was A M A Z I N G! Definitely my favourite part of ...
As day two comes to a close I realize that it was really just one very long day of airports, uncomfortable flights, getting lost on the metro despite my friend Flore's turn by turn directions :) ... But we made it to the City of Lights! It took us about two and a half hours from landing in CDG to meeting up with Flore for lunch (we changed and exchanged currency then took the train) where she took us to a very French place and we all had delicious crepes. ...
... seen them in person, for whatever that is worth.
We spent the next morning (my 2nd to last) at the Musee D'Orsay. We saw beautiful paintings and many of the impressionists - Millet, Degas etc. It was wonderful to have gone, but I'm ashamed to say I have forgotten most of it, and it was only this morning. I could still tell you stories from the Tower of London from almost a week ago, or from Versailles however, so ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed