Paris Massena Olympiades
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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Ciao, Au revoir, Bok!!!
CDG airport is enormous, it takes ages to drive around, particularly Terminal 2. So glad I don't have too.
Shuttle bus to airport, train shuttle to our terminal (1), found our check in easily and we are back in the land of Business Class where we are special!
Now happily entrenched in Salon Premiere of Air France.
Our morning has run very smoothly and ...
... Versailles and Disneyland), this is a terrific deal. You do need to come prepared with a small picture for the pass, but other than that it was easy to buy and our experience of today (which I’m about to describe) has already convinced us that the convenience of this pass will pay for its cost many times over.
Passes in hand we hopped on the train and in just 20 minutes or so had arrived at the station closest to our ...
... doors, and succeeded in pushing their way in. There was a time when I would have considered that, and were there revolution or war I still would, but this day it was not so urgent, so we waited 20 minutes, watching each train until cars came along that weren't oppressively overloaded.
We arrived back at "our" metro station at 6:00 and decided just to walk to the Latin Quarter for dinner. Along the way we discussed what kind of cuisine we would choose: French ...
... the Versailles gardens.
We eventually had enough of the gardens and headed back to the hostel where we relaxed and took a nap, as we had a late night ahead of us. deadmau5 was in town and the concert went from 11-5am, had to have all the energy we could. So after a long nap we grabbed a quick kebab and some wine and headed to the concert venue, the Alexander III bridge. Now we had no idea what to expect, as neither of us had been to a ...
... of course 'The Mona Lisa' !! The crowds in that room were unreal! Very warm inside the museum but outside the temp was just lovely for walking, and so we did! So many, many things to see, every corner has something to say 'aww' to. Heading home picked up a baguette , spreads, a bottle of Bourgogne Aligote wine (for evening sippers). Now feet up :) rest time before heading out for dinner! day one nearly completed.... Au revoir xx Day 2 :- Lovely sleep, ...