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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... start walking towards Galleries Lafayette and see what food place we would stumble upon along the way. We passed lots of places but neither of us could seem to decide on what we wanted. Finally, I looked down a covered over alley/street with some little shops and restaurants. We passed a place called Buffet Bar. The décor is def dated but we were pretty hungry and they had some good prices on the specials board. Hubby and I both ...
... on the Batobus, rode it to Jardin des Plantes. They went up the stairs and found a hookah bar (didn’t expect that!) They did not stay long and went to a bar called the Wasteland and had mojitos. At this stop they also bought a lock and key to hang on the “Bridge of Locks” then threw the keys into La Seine. They returned to the Hôtel de Ville on the Batobus, hopped on the metro and returned to our ...
... staircase so it is possible to have one group of people going up and another coming down on completely different stairs but based around the same central core. Anita and I had fun coming down the two sets of spiral steps. The roof is interesting with its geometric shapes but also a mixture of gothic looking spires. This was the largest of the three Château for the day but probably the least interesting as it was just the building with no real feeling of life lived in ...
... on our arrival and we took the time to relax and cool off as the priest delivered his words in both English and French.
A turn around Galleries Lafayette (thank God - closed by the time we got there !!) and a stop off at a typical corner French cafe for some salad, pizza and wine. We did enjoy the food and the waiter interacted well with the three groups of Aussies who happened to be in his restaurant for the night.
Return to the hotel by ...
... with depth and color and interest. And again as the flood lights turned on.
We walked for awhile, first in the Latin Quarter, then to a Christmas market for the last night and last cup of mulled wine and last taste of foie gras and cheese and cured sausage before they closed for the season. We walked the other way, past the Hotel de Ville with its skating rink and carrousel, stopping at the ...