Premiere Classe Paris Ouest - Nanterre - La Defense
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the way back, picked up a baguette and sat it a park by a waterfall by the Louvre and ate them. Back near hotel, we had refreshments before walking uphill to visit Basilique Du Sacre-Coer de Monmartre. It was very touristy up there with lots of artists painting and drawing pictures of the tourists. Lin and Gareth arrived late afternoon so off we went to a bar for a catch up. After freshening up we went to dinner which was fry nice, then nightcap and ...
Well we didn't get the early start we had hoped for as we didn't get away from the hotel till after 10. We walked down to Notre Dame, stopping to look at the little market on the way, to catch the bus to the Louvre. As we didn't want to go all the way around to get to there we hopped off at the Place de la Concorde with the Luxor Obelisk and walked around the corner to Maxim's to catch one going the other way. This ...
Woke up today and decided to go see the Eiffel Tower. We went to the metro station to buy some trains tickets and had to line up for 30 minutes at the information kiosk, only to find the guy manning the booth spoke zero English. We are increasingly coming across the problem of the French totally ignoring the fact that a third of the worlds population speak English. We always try to speak a bit of French, ...
... de Charonne and stopped in at a beer shop, which was actually two shops (side by side) in one. Even after Brad explained to the shop employee that he only spoke a bit of French, the employee chattered on in French as though Brad shoukd understand. Luckily Brad understood enough to make some purchases. We also stopped in at a butcher and purchased a rotesserie chicken, although we were impressed by the selection and cuts of meat available. Once home, ...
... guests as well as takeaway food and icecreams. There were shallow ponds for sailing little toy boats, and well enclosed playground equipment for older kids. There was a beautiful working carousel, and an enclosed area filled with ground level trampolines that you could enter for 10 minutes for a couple of euros. Finally there were pathways for miles and gates to exit the gardens to get to a variety of other places that lead you off ...