Premiere Classe Saint Witz
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... a few people do, we made it through a side entrance and onto a metro cart with little space to breathe. We reached the stop for the Eiffel Tower, and then proceeded to get very lost amongst some apartment buildings in the dark. If we hadn't seen the glittery peak of the tower between two buildings I honestly don't know where we would've ended up. Paris is a bit of a maze. The lit up Eiffel Tower was worth the metro troubles and getting lost however and is something I hope to never ...
Up early for our tour with Paris Vision. A 75 minute drive into Normandy saw us arrive in the small town of Giverny where Claude Monet lived from 1883 until 1926. We were there to visit his Japanese garden and water lilies as well as his house and adjacent garden which he loved to paint. Despite being the end of the growing season there were still lots of flowers of various colours. We explored the house and garden watching the groundsmen clearing the flower beds and ...
Friday - day 4 Dad & I had a quieter morning in the apartment as I was in need of some quiet time, Bron & Col went for walk & bought back coffees, macaroons, a small lemon tart & small lemon cheese cake to share from the Patisserie around the corner, yum! We then headed out to catch the Hop on /off boat on the Seine, which does the loop down the river to the Eiffel,Tower, then back up the river past Notre Dame, a very relaxing way to see many ...
After a long walk around the area of Denfert Rochereau looking at restaurants, we picked a small Japanese restaurant. The food was very good and cheap, relatively speaking, for Paris. We started with sushi, then a barbequed steak. Finally we had Japanese ravioli (true!) and then tempura. We were also entertained by a very happy and boisterous family of four at the next table. Normally that sort of behaviour annoys me, but this lot were charming and ...
... The entry line is down the street so instead we take more pictures of Notre dame & it's gargoyles. We find one that looks like the mother-in-law. Before our mums kill us let me explain. When one of the reconstructions took place a builder made a gargoyle in the likeness of his mother-in-law as a tribute. It has a dress & a hat. Jess the tour guide told us about it. We buy some souvenirs across the road from the church & catch the train & walk back to the hotel. ...