Le Chat Noir Design Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Room service
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... currently a train strike. Whilst the metro is still going we can get around the city easy enough but we are hoping the strike is over by Monday as we need to catch a train to the airport. Anyway, we will deal with this on Monday but it reminds me of when I landed in London a few years back and the tube was closed due to a strike, I still managed to find my way then so if need be I'm sure we will here too. Until then, au revoir and Bonne journee from sweet ...
... was born and grew up in Padua in Italy. There were two young people from Brazil, an older couple from Argentina, another older couple from Rumania, a woman from Vancouver, Canada and me. I wondered how Matteo would go with the languages, but he came to an arrangement. He would explain everything in English and in Portuguese. That met everyone's needs. His English was very good but had all those charming mispronunciations and odd emphases that make it a pleasure and ...
... was not visible due to clouds and mist but I guess it just shows how huge it is! Next we went up the tower to see the its from above. We were only able to go to 2nd floor due to weather restrictions but the views were amazing! Again it emphasised how huge Paris was - it felt like you could see for miles. We then hopped on a river cruise. We passed Notre Dam and the Eiffel Tower. We then headed for The Arc de Triumph before walking down the champs élysées a strip ...
... is the best word in the Italian language. Technically, scarpetta means shoe, but it also means to scoop up leftover sauce with bread. Apparently it's a huge compliment to the chef when he sees a plate come back having been scarpetta'd! 16. Wedge-heeled running shoes are a thing. For the record, not a thing we're willing to try. 17. Jen is a key loser. She can't figure out locks and keys in Europe to save her life. 18. Crossing a street in ...