- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... and Meg's artichoke hearts and cold chicken made us feel tres Parisienne. Attempting to study this afternoon. We are just back from what we thought was a Turkish/Lebanese restaurant, a bit disappointed. Then we started noticing the subtle stars of David, it wasn't Jasmin's in Auburn! I don't think Israel is high on our list, we will just put it down to "Kosher"! On our walk home a flower shop was having an open night with music on the street. ...
... sold the day before. Oh... For 3500 Euros. OH. That's $5,011.89 Australian Dollars. I REALLY liked him. ( But, secretly, I think I was glad that I missed out by one day.) The man in the Antique Shop was lovely and gave us the Website that I could order one from. They date from the 1800s .... And I should look for one that has a lovely face like the one in the window had. We thanked him and put that on our list for our Tattslotto win. So we walked the sidewalks and checked out ...
... up the spot until about 8pm. The Queen was quick to make friends around us. It was really nice because they gave us a lot of insight as to what was happening. They were also just a hootin' hollerin' good time! The Queen and I don't know anything about cycling. We were just there to sit pretty. It was actually really cool though. I only stayed for the woman's race. The sun was relentless. Not a ...
For our last day in Paris we had a family vote on either visiting Versailles, or going off the beaten path for something a little different. No surprise - we ended up off the beaten path.
Paris has an awesome Velib bike program that basically allows anyone to use bikes for almost no cost. In June, they added some bikes for kids to the program, and we were on a mission to find them at the Parc De Vincenne / Chateau ...
... Rogers affair: On our first trip, Gare de L'est was our SNCF station of departure. Upon reaching it, getting to the SNCF area involved taking an escalator to bring us up from the metro to the SNCF Area. As mentioned, it requires multiple trips to bring all our stuff so for this escalator, we managed to get everything on the escalator except for the Stroller which I have to go back to get. When we reach the top of the escalator and I ...