Premiere Classe Le Blanc Mesnil
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... rather than the lift, stopping at the first level platform (down 345 steps) before reaching the ground at again, 345 steps. We bought a 3 day "hop-on, hop-off" bus pass and used it to take us back from the Eiffel Tower to the western end of the Tuileries garden (bottom end of the Champs -Élysées). By this time it was about 4pm and just about everyone in Paris was spending the ...
... didn't realize what ditch pigs they were. That may be my pride talking. Sometimes, it doesn't pay to understand what people are saying. Got on another bus and sat up top, watching all the sites go by. It took longer than I though it would to get to the Opera, which was close enough for me to walk. It was dark by the time we got there, and freezing (comparatively) so I was happy to make it back to my room and have a bath. Tomorrow I'm off to Versailles and Giverny for the ...
... can speak English but the staff in the restaurant not so except one guy who could speak a little broken English so he was our waiter for the evening. We enjoyed our dinner and then we decided to go for a short walk along the canal. There didn't seem to be too many people around. It was getting late and we were pretty tied from our early start so we headed off to bed. We have a 10:30 start tomorrow so we get a bit of a sleep in, ...
... We did find a lovely sweet shop and a classy souvenir shop (most aren't) however, just along an alleyway so bought some gifts for folks back home. We have become very confident in using the metro, so decided to go out to Montmartre, a good distance out from the city. Walked up... and up... and up... the hill and lots of steps to the little village of Montmartre where artists of the day used to hang out - Renoir, Manet, Gaugin. Some of ...
... Marc was amazed by the traffic at the roundabout and then down the Champ Élysées to the Arc de Triomphe where we saw a accident. Apparently one every 20 minutes. From there we stopped at the Eiffel Tower and I had a chuckle to see the tennis ball up there. It wasn't there yesterday but now that Rikki is here it will have a ball hanging down from it. How funny. We then made our way to Notre ...