Novotel Paris Bercy
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... for change wear scarfs. Luckily I had one. S got it for me for Xmas for the trip. I had planned on giving it away to someone in Paris when we left ( to save room in my bag) but seriously everyone had one.
With the snow the day before and the chilly weather we are happy to say good by to the 30 degree F portion of our trip and move on to the 30 C part. Thailand here we come.
Our last day in Paris started with a short walk from our hotel. The 7 Eiffel hotel is located in Rue Amelie between Invalides and Champs de. Mars (Eiffel Tower), and one block from the river Seine. So it's location is pretty good if you want to stay on the left bank. Rue Saint Domenique (at the corner) takes you to the Eiffel (left) or Invalides (right) - easy. We headed to Invalides, across the river to Place to Concorde, retracing yesterday's steps. The plan was to see Musee l'Orangerie ...
... lawns. We played Mille Bourne (fun popular French card game).
Dan and I had played this game when we were kids. Lauren and Cal loved it.
Mille Bornes ...
... are met by our hosts and welcomed into their home built in 1883.It is an absolute gem and absolutely Parisienne . We are past masters on the use of small bathrooms and showers. We have a welcome wine and chat then head up a spiral staircase to our loft apartment. We were so tired that we walked outside,purchased some supplies,water et al then headed to a local restaurant for a snack then home to bed. We have a secret back entrance which takes you up to the 6th floor by a ...
... of place is this?! But we always make it work so it should be doable for the next few days. We were fortunate enough to meet a solo traveler from Boston, Charlie, who we befriended and ended up going out with that evening. Made some good memories with him, got refused access to a club because Brian and I were wearing sandals, and learned that there are three types of bars in Paris: social bars ( your regular casual bar in the US, no loud music, just chill), ...