Quality Hotel Paris Orleans
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... look and walked right under it. Wow, despite this crazy weather it was quite busy! By this time it was getting quite cold and we needed refuge from the rain so we headed across the street to a little cafe were we had banana strawberry and Nutella crepes with a nice warm coffee and watched it rain. Perfect stop! so we are feeling tired again, the rain eases up, and we just can't walk anymore! We hop on board the Bus Boat to continue exploring ...
... the train, which took us into the city & allows us to use all mass transit (bus, subway, etc). After a short 30 min train ride in, we arrived at the main station hub called La Defense which basically looks like any city's business district. Kareem decided he'd like to look for good, authentic Lebanese food for lunch so we stopped at a cafe to use their wi-fi & grab some morning joe. We picked a place with good ratings on Trip Advisor & ventured on our way. ...
... walked up and told us she was Jewish yet has a cross on her tomb he said it was to protect the tomb from anti-semites. We went on to locate Fredric Chopin's tomb which was the third great composer we saw on this trip. His tomb was very elaborate but the most striking aspect was that the front said Fred Chopin. I had never thought of Frederic Chopin as being just a ...
... stairs to the second floor were narrower with more turns, and they were sort of hidden within the tower so there wasn't a view to divert your attention but the next step ahead of you. Which makes a whole lot of difference as I felt like it would never end.
When I finally, FINALLY got to the end (hooray!), I noticed the numbers printed on the side of the steps - 669! I climbed 700 steps in total, woohoo! ...
... airborne we began to enjoy another 12 hours of superlative service and great comfort, another 6 course dinner, good sleep and breakfast.
Excitement levels increased as we began the descent into Paris, blue sky and light cloud coverage but from my window seat I had a wonderful view of the countryside, a glorious patchwork of gold, green and brown fields dotted with small villages. The city of Paris appeared as a hazy blur ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Pets allowed