Hotel Porte de Versailles
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- Airport Transportation
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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Today was our last day in Paris and the national holiday. Our thoughts turned to home where our Lili would also be celebrating, singing French songs for her French former employers who have a lovely French cafe - deli in Whakatane. We shared a video or two of her singing with our charming and friendly reception person Justin who became an instant …
WE HAVE GONE TO FRANCE EVERYBODY!!!!!!! Yes we have done it, and it was awesome! It all started on a train departure in Valencia where a family of four was boarding onto a train that was taking them to Barcelona and from there they would take a 5 hour train ride to France. So we got on the train and played hearts, (the card game) studied for our exams, got some train food and finally got off the train, where we took the subway which was ...
After stopping at the Louvre to relax and take some pictures (naturally we’re still tourists at this phase), we headed back to the apartment. One of the joys of walking around Paris is the people watching. We all came to the conclusion that Parisians are perpetually cold, due to the fact that in 70 degree weather, they all wear jackets. Sure it’s the end of August and at night it may get a bit chilly, but in the afternoon it ...
... dozens of photos, sending immediate Facebook updates to friends and family. We really are in Paris!
Lunch is a quick baguette or a crepe filled with Nutella, a must-have in Paris (who knew?) while drinking in the view of Le Tour Eiffel rising above the city. Then it's off to finish our bus tour, then off to a small suburb of Paris, where we drop off our bags at our hotel and grab an hour of "feet up" before heading out again. The town is ...
... earth that can match Paris for its historical grandeur and opulence and what I saw on Friday just confirmed it for me. Getting off the metro before the Louvre ( so I could sneak up on it ) I started walking along the Rue de Rivoli, which runs parallel to the Louvre buildings for what seems like miles. Napoleon had the street built and the lines of the buildings, which are apartments built above covered in arcades and are all the same, ...