Nouveau Paris Park Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... whichever site we wanted to stop at, we needed to get off at that stop and board another bus when we were done.
The yellow line was closest to our hotel, so we boarded the bus and listened to the commentary about the history of the various monuments we passed. Every street in Paris seems straight out of some book or movie, with famous monuments and arcs at every street. We decided to do one complete round of the yellow line without getting off the bus and ...
... lunch then
got to know some of the other couples on our trip. We also went to watch the
Avengers latest movie in one of the cinemas to pass the time. After this we
headed up to the top deck and went outside. It was lovely looking out over the
Not long after this we arrived in France (9:30 France time).
We quickly got through customs and onto our bus we would have for our entire
tour. We also met out Hungarian driver Ishti, ...
... the exact area it was in, but the street was
so small that it did not appear on my map. I must have circled it a dozen times
until finally I saw somebody walking with a falafel and accosted them for
directions. It was worth it. This thing was huge, fresh, vegetarian, and super
yummy. I’d definitely recommend it, and I thank those who recommended it to me.
On my way back to the hostel, I stopped at the market to ...
Woke up late - too much wine last night, only to find that the workers outside the bathroom that were one floor up yesterday were right outside today! Completely clear (not frosted) large window with no blind or curtain. Can't go to the toilet or have a shower -WTF! I rang the owner of the apartment and she arranged for the workers to go elsewhere for 30 minutes whilst we use the bathroom. See pics. We went for a bit of walk and to buy some ...
... Michelle station to see The Fountain of Saint Michael [The Fontaine Saint-Michel, is a monumental fountain located in Place Saint-Michel. It was constructed in 1858–1860 during the French Second Empire by the architect Gabriel Davioud].
We discovered that there was an RER station at Porte de Clichy which meant we could go back to the hotel and didn’t have to change trains. Yeah!!!