Adagio Paris Buttes Chaumont
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- Breakfast Available
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Pets allowed
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... 1"> LOVE markets, especially open air markets where there are lots of people (but not so many you can't move) and lots of fresh everything, good smells, friendly sellers but not too pushy, and just plain good eats and good stuff. Dominique explained that most of the venders go to a huge ...
... but also available for iPad. Excellent for information about how to navigate through CDG's many terminals, take the RER train into Paris and the basics of the Paris Metro System. For virtually all of the sights he mentions he also gives you the closest Paris Metro/RER stop. We have also used several of his hotel and restaurant recommendations on 3 european trips and were never disappointed.
... to do next. Te food was not served to us, but instead on a tray toward the end of the café. Do we go and get it or not? Do we stand or sit in these tall coffee tables? Once we get our food, do we get rid of the rubbish, or leave it? Were we meant to tip? It was all very daunting. For the most part, we figured it out, and then took the 50minute walk over to our hotel, passing over the Seine and an island before getting to our destination. After all of this, we were well into ...
... the Eiffel Tower. As soon as we got on the bus it of course started to rain. Grammy took out her umbrella and the wind flipped it inside out. Then Taylor took hers out and a tree hit it. We got to the Tower and somehow Grammy had lost her bus ticket! She had her receipt but they would not give her a new one. The Eiffel tower was way bigger than I thought it would be! We didn't climb the tower the line was way ...
... the Versailles gardens.
We eventually had enough of the gardens and headed back to the hostel where we relaxed and took a nap, as we had a late night ahead of us. deadmau5 was in town and the concert went from 11-5am, had to have all the energy we could. So after a long nap we grabbed a quick kebab and some wine and headed to the concert venue, the Alexander III bridge. Now we had no idea what to expect, as neither of us had been to a ...