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 …
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We walked to the Eiffel Tower next and ate lunch near the base at a restaurant on the Seine. We had a great view of the tower. This structure is fascinating to look at and I would have liked to climb it but the lines were way too long. There are too many other sites to see and experience. Waiting in line for several hours is not an option for us.
... Tuileries Gardens, to the Louvre, and down to Ile de la Cite, Notre Dame, and Ile Saint-Louis. It would be a lot of walking and it was getting dark and cold quickly. We noticed that there was a double decker bus tour stop at the Arch and took one of the maps to see where the route went. It stopped at all the major sites and it was an on and off bus, so we could get off where we wanted to and walk around for a bit. Normally I don't do double decker buses in cities where ...
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What impressed me most was the painting "coronation of Napoleon I," which was by the famous French painter Jacques Louis • David. The picture depicts the king's coronation ceremony held on December 2, 1804 at Paris Notre Dame. The painting was full of solemn momentum and ...
... in another thing). Had the Umbrella I purchased from the Tour De France but they let me through ok. Said a very sad goodbye to Paul and Danita. So many tears.
Danita got used to having 'her Mum' around and did not want me to leave. Trust me, it was harder leaving her today than it was 6 months ago. But life goes on and it was time to leave.
During lining up while checking in we got chatting to an extremely friendly Frenchman. We discussed Australia as he ...