Hotel Residence Quintinie
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... the sight that was to greet me ….when Jake said “turn
around mum”…..oh my goodness an aerial
scene of Paris in all its glory…..after much photo taking i did manage to
refocus on the amazing cathedral at the top of the hill…such an elegant piece
of architecture…..I always have had a weakness for domes……lunch from a street
vendor & coffee in ...
... not long before we left, asked if we could take a photo of him. He agreed and told us he was giving Australie (Australia) a big 'Thumbs Up', which we enjoyed.It was certainly another interesting day during our relatively short stay in Paris, particularly after briefly meeting the Queen of England in London, papa Francisco in the Vatican City and George Clooney in Venice, I wonder if we will meet any other famous people before we return home.......
... a treat for the nose, as you go from fish to fruit to meat to spices to crepes to flowers. You want it, it is in this market. The walk takes about two hours and takes me through the entire area, including the Jewish Quarter (very evident by the menorahs and falafel all over – very much like New York City), ending at the Pompidou Center. Head to a café to do some people watching and **** a crepe with ice cream. Not as ...
... the city to familiarize us with various landmarks and show is where there were several cafés and restaurants he could recommend. We also visited Gallaries LaFayette, a high end dept store with amazing views of the city from the rooftop. ....ooooh its lovely being back in Paris, one of my favorite cities. After dinner tonight a few of us walked to the Louvre through the park across the road from the hotel. We are very close to everything....very ...
... I found really interesting was an embroidery: someone had found a letter written by Marie Antoinette (the last French queen), and made an embroidery that looked just like the letter!
Sacre Couer was HUGE, and really interesting inside, but we weren't allowed to take photos because it's a church so everyone was busy praying and they thought photos might ...