Residence Mercure Le Scenario
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... for €3, a marionette show on another level and best of all an acrobat who stood on a pylon and had a soccer ball and showed amazing skill in what he did, evening climbing a pole with the ball on his foot. We were glad we couldn't fit inside the church with so much happening outside! We enjoyed a lovely wine and dinner locally before retiring at 9.30pm. A better day on the feet though we saw so much that we can return to ...
... I loved it. We stopped at Marche and found some Speculoos (the cinnamon spread I love) and some chestnut spread too. We stopped to get a baguette and that was our cheap tea. We did find something disturbing- open air urinals. One man walked past on the phone, took a wee and the continued walking, talking the entire time. Quite gross. After seeing a dog party, some graffiti, and some pretty good skateboarders it was time to make our way back to the hotel. Already dreading my goodbye to ...
Our first full day in Paris was wonderful. We started with a group tour of the Eiffel Tower. Wow! It was just as amazing as I imagined it would be. With views all across Paris we were able to pick out some special monuments. We ate our packed lunch on level 2 of the tower and then walked down the stairs to the bottom. Our legs were a little wobbly after the 100 flights of stairs. We had a little rest in the park next to the Eiffel ...
... her head at all this, but seems okay with letting me through.
She tells me she also lives on the fifth floor but visits the apartment only now and then. Our neighbor?! Usually I've been taking the steps to get up. But to prove I'm not going to rob someones house i feel the need to ride the elevator with her and have this genteel French Madame watch me knock on my door and be welcomed by my family.
So I ride the elevator with her.
Ride the ...
... torn down in the middle of the nineteenth century on the orders of the city council, before one Victor Hugo wrote the bestselling 'Hunchback of Notre Dame’ and revived so much interest in it that the council’s hand was forced into repairing the decrepit building instead. Perhaps more shocking though is how close the entire city came to total destruction at the end of the Second World War when Hitler ordered it destroyed. If not for the German General Dietrich ...