Hotel Residence Quintinie
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- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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It is Saturday morning and we must sadly say adieu to Paris for this time but I'm sure we'll be back. As usual we have had a jolly good time, particularly lovely our apartment and its location in the Grand Boulevards area of the 2nd Arrondissement. The apartment is in a side street between rue Montmatre and rue Montorgueil, both streets with many fine bars, ...
... slice of ham and half cooked chips. Exactly what everybody needed to feed their body after a day of service station food. But it was light which is good I guess. We then got treated to a night time drive past all of the major monuments to see them at night which was greatly appreciated by us all. Everything looked amazing. We went past the 'arc de triomph' and went through the crazy round about with no road rules with the crazy Parisian drivers. Filipe has been playing pranks on us ...
... it was very convenient. While at Starbuck's, I was able to Skype call my Grandma and show her the view around us. It was such a neat experience to be able to include her, and my Grandpa later on in the day, in my travels. Thanksgiving would not have been the same without them, I was grateful to technology this Thanksgiving. Once we were recharged with caffeine, we headed back to the hotel to get ready to see ED SHEERAN!!
Ed Sheeran made this years Thanksgiving ...
... cathedral. The light shone through the rich colours of the rose windows in a way which was impossible to catch with an iPhone. I had visited Notre Dame before and would again...it is so beautiful.
Weary now, we made our way back for a rest before our evening outing.
Well, the advice we had received was incorrect, The Orsay is only open late on Thursdays so we arrived to find it deserted.
... to stumble across a restaurant which is well known -Robert et Louise. Basically the menu is different types of meat with either potatoes or salad. But the meat is cooked on an open fire, to your liking. From rib eye to kidneys and blood sausages. I did have some blood sausage and lamb chops. Great little place and communal tables so we got chatting to a couple from South ...