Premiere Classe Roissy-Goussainville
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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... in the middle of Paris, complete with Transat chairs, parasols, ice-cream stands, misters; almost everything one would find on the Rivièra. So even people who can’t get away on vacation can go to the beach.
I walked on to the Forum des Halles which is undergoing a major renovation. It’s going to become a giant park with gigantic glass roof canopy. The scale of it is impressive. Work started around 2010 ...
... a single sign as to which leads to the Arc!! After about three attempts we eventually found the single tunnel that crosses under the roundabout. We hurried up the 284 steps ( spiral staircase) to the roof of the Arc where there is a tremendous view of the whole city. Multiple tree lined boulevardes lead off in all directions
Then quickly metroed again to the Eiffel tower for our Behind the scenes tour led by an actor. This ...
... to, then through, The Louvre. An embarrassment of riches that place. Something tells me we're in for more of this kind of cultural extravagance in the next five-plus weeks. The Navaho apparently weave intentional flaws into their rugs in testament to the imperfection of man (or so I've believed for years). In a similar act of owning imperfection, I left at home in the closet the sort of, kind of Euro-looking ...
... Hop off if we wish, rejoin the open top double decker when we want.
what a great way to see and hear about Paris.. Plenty of photo opportunities ..traffic not so congested as our London ride but beingSunday businesses & retail not open..that's right.. No shopping today! Souvenir & market stalls are busy as is the Xmas markets we struggled thru last night...
Our journey today takes us past :
The arc de triomphe.. which was built 1806-1836 to ...
... tude) ) ... My little feet went from 23 hours of not moving to 8 hours of pounding the proverbial pavement... Marais, Republique and Tuileres all new areas of Paris not seen before... definitely more local areas... Now as most of you know reading two lines makes me sleepy... well writing this is having the same affect. Dous ...