Premiere Classe Fontenay Tresigny
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Paris for a bit before he dropped us off to our apartment.
We only had our access to the apartment from 1:30 so we hung around a nice place close by for a few coffees and then we had a light lunch.
Once we settled into our place we went for a long walk around the Louvre and enjoyed a cheese platter and teas and then took some photos....
... which is ten minutes walk from the apartment. It would certainly take us some getting accustomed to having our car parked that far away. While we had breakfast Adrien collected the car and we headed out of the city. It seemed that everyone else Paris had the same idea. The traffic was very heavy until we were about 80 kilometres out of the city on the A13. This highway is popular because the toll charges are less (although not free) and therefore ...
... whose company designed and built the tower. It was erected in 1889 and is one of the most recognisable structures in the world. The tower is 324 metre high about the same height as an 81 storey building, it has 3 levels for visitors with restaurants on the first and second and 300 steps between each level so 600 in total to level 2. The 3rd level observatory platform is 275 metres above ground level and although there are steps to the final level these ...
... Rouge of dancing girls fame. This section of Montmartre was otherwise much less picturesque. We retraced our earlier Metro route and re-emerged near our hotel. We shopped our way up Rue Cler, getting grapes, cheese and some small baguettes. With a bit of chocolate left from yesterday, we will dine simply but with great satisfaction. Then to bed early, because tomorrow we are venturing out of the city to Giverny to visit Monet's gardens. This will be a true test of our traveling skills! ...
... passed through the impressive Square de la Republique. The Bois de Boulogne is a huge park on the outskirts of Paris; if you saw The DaVinci Code, it was where Tom Hanks as Robert Langdon tore through in a car chase scene toward the end of the film. We walked along one of its pretty lakes, and took the ferry over to a little restaurant called Le Chalet de Îles on an island in the ...