Hotel Pax Opera
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Pax Opera Paris
free Internet, clean place, very close to metro, reasonable place.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Pax Opera Paris
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... lovely pottery, art work and jewellery which was being sold by the local artisans. I found a lovely local pottery shop and bought a few pieces of pottery for myself and as gifts. I also bought a nice Paris coffee mug for my macchiato's and I found some lovely scarves as well. There was a lovely gallery with art and nice jewellery and I found a nice ring which I purchased for myself. I enjoyed my last hazelnut gelato before leaving Europe. The ...
... first. Time flew by so fast. There was lots of speed walking and lots of searching. We got lost some times and actually ran into the other team once. By t he end of two and a half hours of fun time ran out we had got some high point things. But the other team had got almost all of the things and beat us by a lot. We went out for lunch and we couldn't stop talking about each others experiences. We didn't ...
Today is our last day in the City of Light, so we spent most of the time trying to re-cram our suitcases and carry-ons in preparation for the flight from Orly airport to Provence tomorrow afternoon. If all goes well, we should be in Aix-en-Provence by around 3:30. We are all anxious to stay in the apartment we rented because it looks gorgeous; and the owner has been made the whole rental process very pleasant.
The girls did make a trip to the local post office to mail ...
... to say that they've gone part-way up the Eiffel Tower? Unfortunately, as we had walked up the stairs we didn't have a ticket to take the lift to the top (they don't let you walk that part). Even if we did, the entire population of Paris, it seemed, were queuing for the summit lift, rather than enjoying the stunning views from level 2. We accepted the fact that we would not make it to the top, and began the descent. 669 steps. It's a lot.
Back at our hotel, we followed on ...
... so we people watched while the boys tried to feed pigeons. We bought a print off a man selling them just outside the park, of the park, as we really loved our time in this area.
We met Wendy at Bastille, the huge monument where many celebrations are had. We enjoyed a cup of at a typical French café, on the street front. We walked through a very Parisian walkway, with light posts, cobbled street and stone buildings. There were small pots of flowers on apartment windows. ...