New Hotel Lafayette Paris
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... the itinerary for the next visit! :) It's also clear that the tipping point for warmer weather and sun is Easter weekend! Today was our first day with absolutely no rain! It's still a bit chilly, but without rain and wind it's much easier to get around. We started our day with a walk through Luxembourg Gardens. The Spring flowers were blooming, so we saw a few tulips, hyacinth, daffodils and primroses. The ...
... booked out !!!) Anyway, enjoyed the show immensely (once we had our tickets of course.. Luckily we realized and had time to go back to hotel to pick up the tickets). The room only holds about 100 people, all with our own table, bottle of bubbly and appetizers.. Nice and cozy.. And we were near the stage... Lighting was fantastic and the girls.... well, all young, pretty and with long legs !!! Quite a classy show... Enjoyed it immensely !!!! Back to hotel by 11pm.. ...
... Marie Antoinette lived her last months as a commoner called prisoner 280, the Widow Capet, after the execution of Louis XVI in January 1793. She was guillotined in October at the age of 37 based entirely on false and particularly wicked accusations. The cruelty and amorality of that time under the excuse of perfecting mankind, is still nauseating. But I digress.
I walked back north passed the new construction at les Halles. This area used to ...
Today is my birthday and once again, I get to spend it in Europe. Last year Italy, this year France. I wonder where I will be next year??!! Tyson and nat had been out to buy fresh French croissants, ham and cheese and the yummiest strawberry jam. We had to uphold the family birthday tradition!!! After finishing these off, we went up the road to a corner cafe and perched ourselves on the chairs outside. The coffee was served in large handle ...
... I was at the Mercure hotel at Montmartre amazed at the size of my bed, the luxury of the room, and the view of the Eiffel Tower from my window. This is by far the nicest place I have ever stayed in Europe. EF Tours, the company I travel with usually, made the reservations for me. I requested the hotel because I thought it is where I stayed last year. It turns out that is an Ibis hotel and is more of a Holiday Inn lets say, and this is more like a ...