Novotel Paris Bercy
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... are classic and neat as a pin, while the cuisine and ambience are authentic and traditional. Sure enough, when we showed the waiter the photos of our last visit, his face lit-up with recognition, and shortly thereafter the French proprietress and chef emerged for a round of hugs and "two-cheek" kisses.
The amazing thing about our interactions with these wonderful people is that none of us speak the others' language, yet with a few words here and there, ...
... we went to dinner at Laperouse. It was a special dinner, but I expected more. We had a nice table by the window, and were seated in a smaller room with a group from New York. They were somewhat loud and annoying. Service was okay, and we had fun making fun of this guy that was siting on the side of the Seine – we joked that he was ready to jump. Oh, and I went into the men’s bathroom…
After dinner, we started to ...
... a major headache coming on, I strapped on the mask. When I finally drifted off to sleep, I had that overwhelming feeling upon wakening that I no longer had any bones in my body! Just heavy sleeping and now tingling extremities. When breakfast came it was hard to believe it was already morning.
We disembarked around 10:30 AM at Charles de Gaulle airport. Now I saw Sex in The City. I watched Carrie in one of the final episodes arrive in ...
Brilliant weather, windy
Our day started with a stroll from Grand Palais, across Pont Alexandre III to Les Invalides.
We stopped for a photo with Hammy on the lawns, before entering the courtyard of the Musée de l'Armée that was lit with a golden hue by the late morning sun. I couldn't resist going for a wander down the corridors, lined with statues and artillery. There was a private function going on, and men in suits passed ...
... and pastries. We all enjoyed lunch on our balcony in the welcome warmth of the sun. Gary spent the morning doing what he likes to do best: hunting and gathering in the shops of Paris. His bounty: 2011 Bordeaux wines, duck terrine with girolles, jambon Iberique, cheeses, saicisson sec, baguette. What feast we had with the escargots and pastries-complete with the traditional macarons. It was so good seeing our ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility