Premiere Classe La Ville Du Bois
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... had another 40-euro voucher, but given that the breakfast cost 34 euros [about $45), I thought it would be better for Michael to use it for the hotel bill at another Sofitel hotel, rather than waste it on me - I prefer to have a smaller breakfast - definitely not $45 worth!)
It was a warm and humid afternoon in Paris. We meandered through the streets, my mission being to find a new memory card for my camera, having filled up my 16gb card and having given Michael ...
... doubt that both Kate and Ben have broadened their friendship network to have global contacts and friends. Kate is presently staying with friends in London and Salisbury that she met on her travels.
Last night we had dinner at another one of Ben's favourite restaurants and we were joined by a Boston girl, Alex O'Connor who did a semester at the University College Dublin where Ben and Sarah studied. We went home ...
... it!!!! We explore the Saint Germaine quarter and Montmartre. We take the funicular and to the Sacré-Cœur Basilica and stroll through the craziness of its surrounding streets. We then head to Pont Neuf on the river Siene. When I was here 18 months ago I put a lock on this bridge for David and I. I put it in a place where there weren't many others amazingly I find it straight away?..can't believe it's still there......very happy. We then jump on a boat and cruise ...
... flat at the end of the day so AA batteries on the shopping list! So back on the bus and off to Trocadero for lunch. Boys order onion soup - like the soup but not the onions!!!! Niçoise and Ceaser Salads for the grown ups. Across the road and into the Musee de Militaire et Marine at JDs insistence. Good choice as the boys learned about Napolean's Canot. Lots of models and paintings. Seems the models are made onsite - workroom ...
... And the best example I meet (after some walking and first metro ride) is at the stairs to Sacre-Coeur. But I don’t want to jump ahead in the story. Firstly there is the decision to take a metro to the Montmartre district as my feet hurts a lot. Buying the ticket is easy, after selection English at the ticket machine :D The price is € 1.70 and you can go wherever you want by the metro, the payment is possible by coins or credit card. Also orientation in ...