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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... This little french man drove like a bat out of hell, swerving in the road, driving fast, hooting, cutting people off. I thought I was in a SA taxi, just cleaner. I stared at the little meter and watched it as it climbed (which by the way he started when we opened the door to the taxi and began talking to him and showing him the address where we needed to be, he didn't start it when we were actually leaving - skelm). And it still climbed when waiting at robots or traffic lights as ...
... as expected. We had planned on using the stairs, but we had read that there would be no lines. It wasn't horrible to have to wait 20 minutes, but it would have been nicer if we were waiting in the shade and not the sun.
I highly recommend using the stairs, and not just because the line is shorter and it's cheaper. It was pretty cool to see the engineering, nuts, and bolts up close and personally. Plus, at each level, we got a sense of accomplishment, since we had ...
... the tower which is such an iconic landmark of the city. We hopped in a cab back to the hotel. We had walked and walked and walked. My map my run had quit tracking our walk in the morning, but I think we totalled about 20k the whole day. And thank goodness for all the walking because the croissants and Paine au chocolat and pastries were incredible. I ate my fair share. The second day we just walked around some more. We saw some more gardens and some cute areas of ...
... that came out everyday. Paris is an open museum - around ever corner was a new statue, beautiful architecture, a roadside cafe or a medieval church. It really is a breathtaking city filled with charm,art and culture unsurpassed to anything I had seen anywhere else in Europe. The home of some of the worlds oldest churches and most famous art I checked out some pretty amazing monuments: * Eiffle Tower * Champs-Élysées * Hotel de Ville * ...
... were not sure who had the most fun, M&M or the kids! Thursday was "Date Day" for Mark and Mélise. We had promised a day on their own that took them to Le Marais district where they toured, shopped, lunched and had happy hour before returning to change and enjoy a 4 hour dinner at a 3 star Michelin restaurant (Pierre Gagnaire) that they had reserved while still in Canada. They had what sounded like and looked like (lots of pics) a fantastic feast and got ...