Hotel Residence Quintinie
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... up it are very very long…..so we booked a ticket online to jump the queue, and on Tuesday night we finally took a lift up to the second level…..
we boarded the lift with about 50 people, that was surprising to me……2 big wheels appeared to be the mechanical action powering the lift!! It felt very different being on the Eiffel tower….it did not ...
... like this. One of the Chinese groups obviously didn’t as good a driver as us as about 30 minutes earlier and not far from our location, 5 or 6 passengers were hit and mowed down, necessitating all being taken to hospital. A sultry reminder how fortunate we have been with Cosmos.
The Palace had about 30 Coaches lined up outside, and the queues were very long. We are fortunate in that we have priority passes and avoided waiting time by an estimated ...
... in the week, but by now there is a massive queue for the shop and they are only allowing a certain number of people in at a time.
Gab hunts Parisian scenes from the stalls along the river while Emerson is convinced she'll find an old Orangina ad she can put up in her room.
The sky is looking dark... Tinkle, tinkle, burst - the rain is hammering down. We take cover in a cosy italian place, they almost turn us away but I think the kids ...
... hardly sleep as the sun doesn’t go down til after 10pm and there is so much to see. But the beds at the Ibis were so much more comfy than at Barcelona.After check in Pablo who my lovely friend Rachel had organised us to meet came to the motel and off we went on our first adventure through Paris. We walked and walked and caught a train. We spent a couple of hours in the Lourve. Amazing, spectacular I could use ...
... was "union" so we hurried away from that nonsense. Closer to the river we found a nice cafe to sit and have coffee and a little lunch and watch the people. Bryan gets very impatient so I take these small times of relaxation and enjoyment to heart. We walked all the way back over the river for an awesome outdoor store. It was good by Paris standards but nothing here is as great as the places in Germany. We then moved east to a an underground mall, but it ...