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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... hidden covered passages across the city. Over the years many fell into disrepair or were demolished, but if you know where to look you can still push back a doorway and walk into a fabulous belle époque arcade, a glittering art nouveau galerie or an ancient courtyard and Jean-Michel seemed to know his way to the best ones. We saw some wonderfully preserved ...
... were the comic swans we affectionately named Louis and Marie Antoinette and cuddles with a stray cat despite me telling Bridget she'd get scratched and that I had no Betadine! We got around to see most of the estate including Marie Antoinette's hamlet and the Trianons, and were impressed by everything including how much we walked.
Of course, how could we pass up an opportunity to stop in at Starbucks in the township for ...
... happens to be the median age of the passengers!! Needless to say, we are known as "the young'uns"!! Had dinner at the famed Fouquet's on the ChamvvElysses with everyone from the cruise. Met some darling new friends at our dinner table!! One lovely lady has 36 grandchildren and 18 great grandchildren, but no pressure guys!! Headed to hotel bar after dinner for a nightcap. Tuesday, August 6th Enjoyed an early morning bus tour of beautiful Paris!! After tour we headed to the Musée ...
Breakfast attempt three. Now we knew what to ask for to get a bowl of corn flakes and cold milk. We asked the breakfast lady for cold milk from the fridge and received a pot of tea, a pot of coffee and warm milk. So I went to reception for a translator and found cranky pants. He spoke to the breakfast lady and along came a jug of room temperature milk. This wasn't going very well then we noticed there weren't any corn flakes. So I asked crank pants where they had gone and he said because ...
... on the far less visited side of the Cathedral so it's quiet, peaceful, and easy to take pictures because we're literally the only ones on this side. But around the side and to the front of the building there is a horde of tourists, some even got there on a gimmicky tourist train (no points for not carrying yourself up the hill!). The view over Paris is phenomenal! It's about an 180 degree view (can't see the Eiffel Tower). Its free to enter the church and its beautiful ...