Mercure Paris Opera Garnier
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Hotel was fine though they offer internet usage, which is clunky, slow and very, very expensive. They don't tell you there is a wonderful, very reasonably priced cyber cafe 2 door from the entrance to the hotel!
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... actual hot dog. Upon telling this to Kylie, she noted with a perfectLy straight face: "You have to push the sausage in further" I've made careful notes. Thanks. We trucked on past the markets, and down to Place de Concorde. Not named because that's where they built the Concorde. But good guess. Here they have a Ferris wheel. Not quite as big as the one in London, but pretty impressive none the less and it affords a great view of Paris. Being night time, we got a great view ...
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... feel too knackered to go to a restaurant tonight and we don't feel safe walking around here at night, although there are a lot of people around some of them are dodgy looking! I've taken my necklace off because Rob saw an elderly couple this morning and she had a raw neck from where someone had tried to snatch her necklace, bit scary! Tomorrow Louvre first up then Dads walk up to the Arc de Triomphe which we will climb, maybe a Senne boat cruise ...
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