Premiere Classe Plaisir
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... the main hub of the Metro, there is nearly always an Orchestra playing, their music is haunting and beautiful. We went with Ornella back to the Japanese place we went to last week, it was just as good and I think they were expecting us, we had the same table as last week. I am all done with the Dentist, she was wonderful and made an appointment for me at 1900, they start late and finish late here. Simon, Liv and Issy are here, we can't wait to show them ...
... time and in a heartbeat would do it again. We never got lost. We mastered the Métro system having travelled on all but three of the fourteen Métro lines, and we almost always knew what we were eating. There are not too many cities in this world that could sustain a traveller for a solid month but Paris is certainly one of them. We made four day trips outside the city and from our research, could have made many more. The ones we ...
... Saw the magnificent bedrooms. And the guide was saying that all the furniture was looted during the Revolution. Amazingly,slowly but surely, some pieces are being returned. Wandered outside again. Bought a baguette, a drink and some popcorn and ambled down to sit and study Apollo's Fountain. None of the Fountains were operating. Victor was saying that to operate the fountains for a day uses almost as much water as Paris consumes in a ...
... of the quality of building methods back then. We toured through the Notre dame and then grabbed lunch at a local cafe a French meal deal, baguette, drink and pastry for 8.50€. We then headed to the Paris cemetery. Incredible detail and wealth can be seen but the up to three story crypts. We saw the graves of Jim Morrison, Chopin and Oscar Wilde just to name a few. Really intriguing. We then looked at shops in the area. We jumped back on the ...
... see it. I share this to better illustrate how blown away we were when we walked into the church. It was actually smaller than we expected and the stain-glass windows exceeded any expectations we might have had. It is a beautiful church and this was our first glimpse at just how old things are/can be in France. I belief the chapel was built in the 1200s which blows my mind. Of the stained glass in the chapel, approximately 70% is original, which is also a ...