BEST WESTERN Premier Opera Diamond
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Non-smoking rooms
- Concierge desk
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Today is a travel day which sees us meet Nicole for breakfast and then pack our gear and catch the Eurostar to Paris. Arriving at our flat for the week we find we are very well positioned and are about half a kilometre from the Eiffel Tower. You can actually see the tower from the upstairs window. The flat is your typical quirky French affair but is a really good find.
... group stop, Sainte-Chapelle, but went across the street for hot chocolate in a street side cafe rather than going in yet. We rejoined the group to visit this exquisitely soaring gem of a church with hundreds of rich stained glass scenes and delicate jewel-tone painted walls and statues. It used to be part of a royal palace; now it sits in the middle of the Palace of Justice, where the French Supreme Court meets, so we had to clear security to enter! ...
but she didn't have 'time' to sleep in it, if you get my drift...before...ooooops...off wif 'er 'ead! Ah well.
Rather a nice 1200 meter rowing course was installed also....complete with piquenique spots all the way ...
For a third time in Paris, I still felt like it was my first. I was excited by the things I had come across before and intrigued by the new elements of this great city that I had never discovered before.
Finally I was able to visit the catacombs as every time I had been they had been closed for maintenance or the lines were too long. The airiness that mum and I felt in that place was incredible.
... powers that be took pity on us and sent out little rays of sunshine,so we saw it in all it's glory. The queues were really long so the extra we paid made it all worth while. There were two big thrills for Mikey and one of these was going all the way! Wow is the space up the top tiny and there is even a small apartment that Gustav and his daughter lived in for a while. About the size of two shoe boxes.