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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Beverage Selection
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Alhambra Paris
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... Terminal 2 and it trundles around the entire baggage hall. It was about this time that we discovered we really hadn't had nearly enough sleep.
Bought train tickets then promptly went to the wrong platform and nearly ended up in Lille instead of Gare du Nord. Domestic bliss was showing signs of deterioration at this point, manifested by the decline in conversation to monosyllabic words. By the time we got to G du N, it was start of rush hour, and here we were ...
... area we needed to get to. To detour would require multiple metro lines and connections. We went to the surface to see if any taxis were coming. Fortunately, we were able to hail one within a few minutes. We arrived at the tower at 5:05 p.m. and were admitted without incident. However, the standby general admission queue was well over four hours long just to buy the tickets. Within five to ten minutes, we were at the second level of the Eiffel Tower. Wow! ...
... have walked to there... Walk across the Seine and wander down to the Champs Élysées, post parade. OMG walking on the hallowed cobble stones, Arc de Triomphe behind, Place de la Concorde in front. Try the L'Orangerie to see Monet's water lillies, but the queue goes around the corner. No way. Not today. The Tulieres has a military display of soldiers and their lives across through history. So interesting. The French were historically fairly keen ...
... was but the building itself is fabulous. I also think it will be a good time to use the bathroom, but they're closed. Honestly. So then I think about walking over to the tower, then decide to just jump on another bus. I sit on the bottom, as I've had too much sun already and am about to get on the boat. School trips have been the bane of my existence this entire trip. They are everywhere, of every age group and always in the way. There are several on my boat. The littler ...
... for everything else, call Brice. Savior malfunction. Of course, I don't have Brice's number with me. So it will be one more trip back.
Walk back to building. Perhaps neighbors are home by now. I remember an old lady on the ground floor who I'd made small talk with a couple days earlier. I knock on her door. I hear some mumbling and fumbling on the other side, but no door opens. I explain to her who I am, etc. etc. but door ...