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- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
- Banquet room
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... to wash the plates up after dinner tonight. I hope I have the same effect as the stranger in the laundromat did. I am as excited as LL was as she almost half jogged to Lavage. We order 'American' coffee while we wait for the washing but LL can hardly wait to get back to see how the large drier, dries all our clothes in 9 minutes. She fancied one of these for our place but I reminded her we have little need as we have the Hills Hoist and usually enough sunshine. She stands in ...
... ride to the top!! I am yet to see the photos but I am sure they are great. After lunch we went on a bateaux Parisienne (Paris boat) cruise and took in the sights via the river seine, it was very relaxing. Hopped on our last hop on-hop off tour leg finishing at notre dame and walked to Bertie's Cupcakery - a bakery I have been drooling over for the last 12 months. The cupcakes were divine (Antonio and Sophie chose the Oreo, Anna the lemonade and strawberry and I ...
... there. All that is gone now but still, the narrow streets and cafes have a pull.
Following dinner at an Italian Restaurant (Forrest's choice and it was good!) we decided the twilight was perfect for a cruise on the Seine. And it was. We got to see the Eiffel Tower twinkle and the smaller statue of Liberty that the French have installed on a point in the Seine. Then it was back to Montparnasse for the dreaded packing.
... such as Voltaire, Victor Hugo, Alexander Dumas, Louis Braille and others. It sort of looked newer than a lot of the other buildings we had looked at but it was finished in 1790 so is still quite old. We were given tickets for a free tour to climb 80 steps up to the top balcony section. It was a good view looking down. We headed home after this and had a siesta.
Eli booked tickets while we were at home for a boat trip on the Seine. A boat left every ...
... had two items. The two French surrender flags from WW I, and WW II. Some reason she didn't see the humor in that. The tomb of Napoleon was pretty impressive though. Donna's energy level, and feet were both giving out about this time, so we headed back to the hotel in the rain again. The plan was to let her rest, and go back out later. When we got to the room, and took off our shoes that plan was changed. We were in for the night. Raining ...