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 the 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 …
... but I am very grateful I got to see both versions. Afterwords we went to our last couple of stops. We put a lock on the lock bridge, saw the Arc de Triumph, and explored down the street of Champs Elysees. We went to Laduree for some macaroons here. I got a variety of flavors: Rose, violet, salted caramel, raspberry, and vanilla. The vanilla macaroon stole my heart, amazing! Thankfully, we were able to end Paris on a good note before traveling to our last stop.....Amsterdam!! ...
... Nord and told a scammer who offered us a taxi for 95€ that this seemed a little excessive. Cab ride was brief and gave us a quick look at this crowded city... Fare was 12.50€ And took only 15 mins thanks to the bus lanes.
Dropped off near the hotel and just managed to fit the 2 small suitcases and us into the tiny lift after I breathed in. Mental note must lose some weight or get rid of a suitcase.
Room is tiny as ...
... 17 ft). Not including broadcast antennae, it is the second-tallest structure in France, after the Millau Viaduct.
The tower has three levels for visitors, with restaurants on the ...
Definitely worth a 15 minute walk!
An early start in the morning, as we are off to Milan.
My feelings on Paris - I've found it "harder" than any of the other countries we've been in. There was quite an element of "if you don't speak French, I can't be bothered with you". While I accept that we are in their country, I didn't get that impression in Frankfurt or Milan. We managed fine. It was just harder.