Novotel Paris Bercy
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... glass towering over you is totally worth a quick trip. After taking a few photos, I headed for the metro since I needed to get to the Eiffel Tower by 11am. I pre-booked my tour since the lines for a ticket are insanely long. It would take at least 2 hours to get a ticket - at least. Having seen the Eiffel Tower the night before on top of Arc de Triomphe, I was very excited to see it up close. I paid 15€ for go to 3rd floor which is ...
... at one point, the little boy walked over and played with my magazines in the seat holder in front of me. We passed them back and forth, and when Tom got back and the little bit couldn't stand in front of his seat, he started crying because he couldn't play. But then he included Tom in his game and he was back to all smiles. Once we landed, I got wifi and received a notification that a woman confirmed my request to stay with her. So I quickly got in contact and we were on ...
... lot! No real flavour whatsoever. And dessert (crème brulee) tasted like scrambled egg – Not pleasant. A bit sad given some of the great meals we have had, and was hoping for a final fling. Oh well, at least I can count on 1 more amazing almond croissant tomorrow morning. I have purchased a ‘special’ bottle of Leffe blonde, to open and enjoy tonight – Seems fitting that it is provided in a Champagne like bottle, complete with cork/foil/wire. I will ...
... with a giant ferris wheel. We bought our tickets and hopped on board, where we were greeted with a most magnificent view of the Seine and the Louvre. It was great! Afterwards we grabbed dessert at a cafe and then headed back for bed and a good night’s sleep.
Sunday was Museum Day! We started with the Louvre where we were stunned by the length of the line at the Pyramid…hours long. Fortunately we ...
... headed out for a marching practice to perfect our moves before tomorrow.
Again we were treated to lunch at the mess. I was entertained to hear the English-speaking waitress instruct the French-only chef how to describe the options of sausages and cordon bleu, and the bemused looks on my fellow travellers faces and he delightedly asked "pork or chicken"?
We loaded up the buses once more and waved goodbye to our military hosts. Our ...