Hotel Paris Bruxelles
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We landed in Paris around 11:00. It was our first time in Paris. It took around 40 minutes Taxi ride to reach our Hotel Paris Bruxcelle (a small but very busy hotel all time filled with guest no doubt those Hotels make good Money). On the way to the Hotel I start chatting in French with the Taxi driver the guy was from Haiti. Passing the football …
Day two in Paris commenced with breakfast at the hotel, made interesting by sharing the dining room with two other groups. Those that managed to get in ahead of the rush enjoyed a decent continental breakfast (and most importantly for me, a decent cup of tea!).
The faces on the buses were significantly brighter than the previous day, although we did discover that we cannot get Wi-Fi on the bus (but apparently the autopilot works, hey Fred!). We got ...
... bearings and navigating the roads till we found our apartment. Lucie met us there, gave us a quick turn of our new accommodation and parted ways, allowing us to kick back and explore our surroundings.
What a location! The apartment was a ground floor unit (no gadunkadunking our suitcases up staircases!) but it also meant we were a bit more exposed to street noises. It was located close to the Louvre, a short 5 minute walk away. Most apartments ...
... but the artwork in the Louvre that we saw was all pretty good. Lots of boobs, bums and male bits, but pretty good nonetheless. By this stage it was time to head over the Notre Dame to meet the tour group for dinner, so we caught the Metro to meet up with the group. By this stage we had a group of 9 as we had run into each other in the Louvre. We all headed back to the hotel for a quick change and freshen up, the jumped on the Metro. ...
After a fairly pleasant train ride we arrive at Gare Lazare and head to what we thought is the main taxi rank. We are wrong this is a side exit and a small taxi rank.
We finally see the taxi rank and you guessed it, it is across the road. We set off pushing our bags across to the taxi rank. The road is full of cobblestones and pushing the cases is not an easy feat.
We arrive at the taxi rank. Well we are not sure if it is as some ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Paris Bruxelles
A small hotel but best location, Friendly staff, nothing fancy. very small bathroom and very small standing shawor. Any way it worked for very well for us.
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