Hotel Monna Lisa
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
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... the walls of Paris. Beautiful buildings, small squares, the Jewish quarter and interesting architecture made for a great walk.
In the early evening we also had another 2 hour tour around the city to see the Christmas lights, incredible architecture and monuments lit up at night. Caution to the wind we took a tour by 2CV, in an old 2 cylinder Citroen, a very basic tiny tin can with ...
... was unable to come close because of some difficulty. All the staff seemed to be running here and there, gesticulating but nothing seemed to get going. By 7pm they did board us and we got into the first course immediately. We cruised up to the Eiffel Tower and back. It was just getting dark and the tower put on a light show of blinking lights just as we passed.
by 9.30 we were back home and tired but ready for the next day
... overlooking the pyramid area. It is amazing - you are up with all the statues that look down on the Louvre courtyard. I hadn't even realised there were balconies up there..
Eventually we were Louvre-d out and caught a taxi back to the hotel.... It was a good full day and a lot cheaper than doing the optional excursion.
Tomorrow --- SLEEPING IN! after that we might go exploring a couple of areas we haven't walked around or we might go to the ...
... with rain then sunshine. Rather like Spring in Melbourne.
We had a yoghurt and juice at the apartment, breakfast Part 1, then finished packing. It is always so much more difficult to pack everything back into the cases again, with a few extras of course! We returned, for the third time, to Le Pain Quotidien, for breakfast Part 2. We shared some pastries and a Flūte aux Raisin et Noix (a sourdough long bread roll studded with whole hazelnuts and ...
... in the big city to the east. Unfortunately, we had no maps that covered Neuilly, so we were mostly flying blind. We were looking for the Hotel de Ville (city hall), and the public square upon which it sits, but soon became disoriented trying to navigate the side streets. We finally stopped for lunch at Le Pergola, a restaurant on a tiny traffic circle (Place Mal de Lattre de Tassigny). Although the meal of chopped steak with a fried-egg on top will likely not ...