Hotel le Notre Dame
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... br> top deck and the fresh air helped me out. I felt a lot better. I saw all the sights, the Louvre, the Eiffel
Tower, the Arc Du Triomphe, it was a really good way to see the city.
I’m now in an internet café near one of the
bars we were in last night. I hope the
guys aren’t in the bar already, I have to walk past them on the way back to the
hostel, having said that, I could murder a beer….
... garlic parsley sauce gets soaked up by my bread. Sooooo good.
Ready for dessert and the waiter just showed me a tray of options Life is hard in Paris;-)
Tomorrow to Claude Monet's home and Garden! Looking forward to this!
Having fun but looking forward to heading home in a few days. I miss fresh air in NY -of all places I miss Dexter, my apt and the cleanliness of my own bathroom (even when its not clean)
Till next time mes amies!
... Place de la Concorde. It is the largest square in Paris and home to many monuments and at the west is the beginning of the famous Champs-Élysées. Included in the monuments is the famous Egyptian Obelisk and two large fountains and at each of the 8 corners of the octagonal square is a statue. At the east is the Tuileries Gardens which lead up to Musee du Louvre. We toured the gardens but the Louvre would need to wait to the next day. We walked through ...
... the Egyptian section and then on to see the Code of Hammurabi and the rest of the Babylonian collection. WE saw the Venus de Milo, the winged Victory and the Mona Lisa. We then went through the northern European section and had lunch at the Cafe Angelina. The kids were really hungry probably because we had walked up 300 steps so far (Alice and Nell had run). We had a delicious lunch of ...
... They represented our group in laying the wreath at the Menin Gate on our first night in Ypres. Several other members of the group were looking for graves of family members and our guide endeavoured to ensure that if possible he would locate them and we visited them. Ypres was just as lovely as I remembered from our last visit and the pastry was just as delicious. We were recommended to try the traditional Flemish Stew so we headed off to give it a go. Beautiful! Lunch ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel le Notre Dame Paris
Des gens merveilleux et merveilleux service! Le maître d'hôtel est super! Et bien sûr, l'emplacement et la vue est incroyable! Le service est excellent ici (comme indiqué par Jerry et le M. et Mme) et le petit déjeuner est livré à une bonne valeur de 10 euros pour les pâtisseries, jus de fruits, café, thé (et il bon goût aussi!). Cet hôtel de boutique est charmant et une chambre face à la cathédrale Notre-Dame est essentiel!!
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