Hotel Fouquet's Barriere
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... he hangs it up in the display case. When you return to the hotel the bellhop gets your doorknob from the display case - very old style hotel. But it makes me wonder how many people ask for the wrong room number key - accidentally or on purpose - as the bellhop doesn't ask for names or ID. Tomorrow we drop off the car and rely on trains and the Paris metro for the remainder of our trip. Our France road trip was 950km, 50€ in tolls and cheap(er) ...
... as the Fashion Week carnival had blocked off all roads.. We made the decision to dash from Concorde down the the Eiffel Tower and after a few phone calls... (Note; no coin operated pay phones in Paris) we picked up the tour.... Tan was in a state as James had to ride and "he ain't that good" however, with a steadying hand he came good and enjoyed battling the Paris traffic. The tour took us through the back streets to Notre dame and along the river ...
... it. Got back to the hostel and had a really long shower before sorting out all my wet stuff and hoping that it would dry by tomorrow. Then I ate my last pastry and went downstairs and went on the computer. Chatted to these kiwi dudes one who knew Mohamed. Then came back upstairs and started to pack. Then I lay around a bit before going and getting a baguette and eating it downstairs. I came back and lay around until just after 8 ...
... cream colored. Looking out at the whole gardens with the Grand Canal
in the background, I felt like it was something Alice would find stumbling
through Wonderland. As we walked through we began to realize that Louis XIV
must have really liked fountains because they were everywhere. Every time you
went into one of the side gardens, it became just like a maze that ultimately
lead you to a fountain with yet another ...
... the streets change directions quite frequently which gets confusing. When we got to the arc we decided to go to the top and have a look. My favourite thing about the arc was the detail on the top of the ceiling (to sure if you'd call it a ceiling but the inside if the arcs roof) they had flowers and really details carvings. The view from the arc was about the same as level 2 on the Eiffel Tower. After the arc we were really hungry so we walked down the ...