Radisson Blu Le Metropolitan
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... european vending machines hate American credit/debit cards. Unless you have the chip, don't expect them to work. You have to go to the information desk and buy. "Une Carnet s'il vous plaît" I asked. This lady knew I was foreign. But she smiled and helped me buy my tickets. "Merci. Au revoir! I say as I leave. Side note; I do have to say the French are very kind. As long as you try to speak French, they will respect you for it. Apparently many Americans ...
... we set out for the Pantheon. We'd stopped outside on our bike tour so we thought it would be easy to find again. Wrong!! Even with getting the map out just about every 5 minutes didn't help us. We were, hot, sweaty, grimy and becoming just a little tense with one another. The signs that are supposed to indicate the way to a tourist attraction, are often pointing towards 2 streets. So it's a 50/50 chance that you'll get the correct street. Olivier ...
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Gab times the lunch perfectly so by the time we came out lots of people has started to queue for the afternoon parade. We made the most of it first to Small World with a 10 minute wait, then to the Toy Story shooter attraction where I scored my highest score yet - just over 168k! Emerson failed to get into Space Mountain again, so the kids and I headed for Autopia just before the parade ended.
I teased the hell out of Emerson pretending that Star ...
We still hadn't decided where to go when we woke up this morning. I thought we might just go to a little village for a night and then head back to Rotterdam, as Michael wanted to work on his car again. But then Michael said he would like to go to Paris to meet Melinda there, who was on her way back from Bordeaux. We were a bit worried about the driving in the city, but Michael said he would like to give it a go. So off we went. It was only 200 kilometres away, and it did ...
... Eiffel (the lines were forbidding during my last visit). The view from up there at sunset is amazing and by booking online the queues are no longer an issue. Last, but not least, a new find, and one worth sharing, is Musee Rodin. Both the collection and the gardens are worth the visit. Links: La Perle: http://www.hotel-paris-laperle.com/ Musee Rodin: ...