Hotel Peyris Opera
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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Lovely rooms and great central location
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Paris was cool and sunny for our last day. Packed and checked out and then breakfast. Greg said good morning to everyone and everyone said good morning back to him in various languages. We sat down for our breakfast and Greg engaged the young Japanese woman seated next to us in conversation. She could speak some English and they managed to continue …
On the train and back to Paris. The trains to Paris leaves from St. Pancras station. We arrived with plenty of time to scope out the route from the Gard du Nord to our hotel, The Peyris. I couldn't help listening/watching the people in the isle opposite us. French work colleagues on their way back from a business meeting in London. I found it …
... up to the sacre de coeur and over to the Norte Dame. We ate crepes at every possible opportunity and had a most delicious French meal on Saturday night.
On Saturday afternoon we climbed the Eiffel Tower and saw a most glorious sunset over Paris. It was well worth the wait, which wasn't actually that long. We explored the Christmas markets that night and enjoyed the beautiful lights lining the main strip.
On Sunday Marian went shopping ...
... so we got quite a deal. Now it’s been redone and is quite posh and upscale, so we probably won’t be staying there again.
The return check-in was the mirror of the departure. I cleared French immigration and customs in London and waited to board. We had some slight delays on the way back to Paris, so we didn’t arrive until 11:30 Paris time, and I arrived back at my hotel at midnight. It’s been a long but constructive and educative (and fun) ...
... street market. The rotation is different. And some are very famous. Needless to say, the street market is a big favorite of tourists. I stocked up. Fruits and vegetables are better than store-bought. Prices don't seem to be cheap. Too bad they were out of my favorite onion jam, great on fresh French bread.
This was also the weekend of Les Journees du Patrimoine, an event which takes place all over Europe. These are Heritage ...