Quality Hotel Paris Orleans
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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When we arrived in Paris it was at night but the next day we toke a train to the Eiffel Tower! I loved the tower and didn't know it was so huge! The day after on a Sunday we wanted to go to Versailles but there was a fire near the train station so it was all blocked off. The macaroons we had were amazing. I had a caramel, mint and chocolate ones. I also had tea on Sunday that I made myself and I heated up the water too much and burnt my tongue! I felt ...
... in this context, but we survived (Austin will tell you "barely").
I must start by explaining how the journey originated. My dear friend Austin planned a trip to visit Katey and me over his Thanksgiving break. As we are all tremendous Geneseo Hockey fans (maybe a little too much), we realized that Zachary Vit, one of the best wingers Geneseo has seen in recent years, had just signed with a team in France. Yes, apparently there's hockey in ...
... asked where it was, was it far? I had walking directions but just asked. they pointed to the fog and then I saw it and I gave the taxi drivers a laugh.
As I walked up the hill the CC started to come into view Then suddenly it was in front of me. This huge cathedral surrounded by a small town. Wow! Fridays is Labryinth day. They pull away the chairs and you are allowed to walk it. Otherwise it is hidden. Malcolm said during our tour; Fridays are always weird ...
... walk down to follow my directions. A block later I figured I was going the wrong way; normally this is not a huge deal but I do have that 40 pounds of luggage on my back. Once I was on the right streets the atmosphere was interesting. The main turn to get to the hotel was right at Moulin Rouge - looked like Las Vegas with all the seedy stores and shops along this street. I then marched up what seemed like a 30 degree incline and ...
... items that caused some consternation at our table were the "Saint Antoine's temptation breaded and grilled foot, snout, ear and tail of pigs" (I've definitely been feeding the dog top tucker - and what drugs was St Antoine taking anyway?) and of course, the snails. In the end we ate well - French onion soup (delicious with blue smelly cheese), terrine, salmon, and Mike and I shared a massive plate of "melting lamb" which we couldn't finish, but was beautiful.