- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Room service
- Conference facilities
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... Paris, but he didn't sleep there. The bed was huge! He was Ash's size and needed assistance getting into it. He slept in his private quarters and this is where he would have slept and where he would have had 'visits' from the Queen and other multiple mistresses. There was a picture of the Queen when she was younger and there was a picture of a little puppy in it. This wasn't her pet but a symbol of the fact that the Queen was faithful to the King. There ...
... Paris. Not that we took it for granted, but have we taken enough photographs???
Found the hotel easily, dumped the bags then to Charles De Gaulle to offload the car. Not quite as simple as it seemed. Charles De Gaulle might as well be a space station. Once inside the perimiter, flyovers, flyunders, cloverleafs, highways, bus lanes, three (very large) separate terminal ...
... recommend Rue Faboug for their hot chocolate, & their fabulous pastries & chocolates as well as meals. We spent ages in the Muse D'Orsay, a beautifully repurposed train station, enjoying the works of many famous artists. Our final visit was to the Eiffel Tower summit, what a grad way to finish our time in Paris, the day was a little overcast, but thankfully this probably kept some of the crowds away. It was mesmerising, the city below us was breath ...
... white church sits atop the hill for another lookout over Paris. We ate a delicious lunch sitting outside, watching people walk by (Jon claims Maja ate all the beef in France). Again, we found ourselves climbing more stairs. The church has beautiful stained windows and many domes, and there were even nuns inside praying :) On our way back down through Montmartre we stumbled upon two very famous sights, which was the icing on the cake (see pictures). By 7 ...
... of its hourly sparkle, which was very special. The view over the city was amazing and it was great to be able to spot where we’d been and know what we were looking at. Ro took so many photos, we stopped off for a while on the second floor before making our way all to the way to the top. We caught the lift down and walked form the second floor as the line for the lift was so long. We all absolutely loved it.
We found Wendy cold and patiently waiting for us by the ...