Residhome Parc du Millenaire
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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So first real night out with the squad. We had a proper French dinner with wine snails and duck. Then we went to a show like moulin rouge and watched a few acts while drinking champagne. After that we all went to a club called o'salivas and everyone got ...
Got up early and headed to museum #1! Musee d'Orsay opens at 9:30 and we were in line by 9:00!! We have the museum pass (42 Euros for 2 days/each). Once we got in, checked our backpack, we went to the Impressionist Floor. It was just as wonderful as I remembered! The building itself is an old train station and very beautiful. The Impressionist paintings are spectacular!! Spent almost three hours in ...
... few different local French red wines and Annissa had some good beer. Robert and Linda met up with us soon after and we tried the fish tacos at the hotel restaurant which was pretty disappointing. It seemed like a good idea at the time as Robert and Linda were pressed for time and off to a concert, but in future we will save tacos for Mexico.
The next morning Annissa and I got an early start and took the elevator ...
... the Diana theme of the past few days, the driver pointed out the tunnel where she died as we passed through it. Mum and I thought we had gone through it on our first visit. We hadn't. I struggled to contain my excitement. I'm in Paris. And then there was Ethel. She was to the left, to the right, in front of us, everywhere. The Eiffel Tower was like a beacon guiding us home. Before I knew it, we were in familiar surroundings and I recognised the street ...
... Paris was always on the map for me to visit and I wished I'd paid more attention to the French lessons at school. We settled into our hotel which houses 33 floors. We scored a room on the 23rd floor with amazing views of the Eiffel Tower or The Iron Lady as the French call her. Wayne had to coax me from the window to meet our group for tea. We were driven to a restaurant on the Champs élysées (oh did I say Champs élysées lol - just ...