Premiere Classe Saint Witz
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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What a fabulous day we have just had! Issy arrived about 0830 as her alter ego, Snow White. We had the present opening along with ham and cheese croissants and copious tea and coffee. Snow White became Issy, we dressed and walked out in the quiet streets of Paris for our Christmas feast at Chez Julien just opposite Pont Louis- Phillipe, it was perfect weather, a chill in the air ...
... market near the arc de triumph this afternoon on Rue Poncelet, had lunch at a stall and Meg bought strawberries. They were advertising two 500 g punnets for €5 so she weakened and agreed. Since it was the end of their day they gave her five punnets. We have strawberry compote, strawberries and balsamic vinegar, and strawberries with ice cream to go with the crepes ...
... the bar. I was hoping for a Bloody Mary but the only choices were beer and wine. Much to our surprise they don't serve ice on the train. We are so glad we reserved these seats. Second class was filled to the brim. Luggage was everywhere and the seats were so full that travellers actually had to sit on the steps. Our major complaint is that there was NO Wi-Fi. The website needs updating for sure as there is no Wi-Fi on any French train at anytime! We did enjoy the ...
... Our waiter kept topping up our champagne with liquor.
After dinner, we headed to the Eiffel Tower. We had the option to go to the top, which I took, and got some breathtaking views. We accidentally got in the line for the lift, which meant a longer queue, and we decided to run back down via the stairs to try to catch the bus. We missed the bus, so five of us decided to check out the nightlife before going back.
... of the artists who's work I was able to see. Monet, Degas, Cezanne, Renoir, Gauguin, Van Gogh, Manet, Toulouse-Lautrec, and even an amazing Klimpt which was displayed on a floor dedicated to some unbelievable Art Nouveau furniture. Of course I reached a point where it was all too much, and I needed to escape and just walk out in the fresh air on the way to the Rodin Museum. I now know that the best works at the Rodin are in the garden, but it was ...