Sejours & Affaires Paris Malakoff Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Ellen and Riley chose to queue for the lift up to the top of the tower, while Abbie, Georgia and I chose to hug a cup of tea and shelter in the enclosed centre of the second level. The intrepid lift catchers raved about the views/experience but required all 668 stairs down and most of the walk to the Arc to regain feeling in their extremities. Our plans of soup and a toasted panini for lunch on the way to the Arc were thwarted by an apparent closed on Sundays rule in this ...
... is two lots of markets at Les Enfants Rouge and Bastille. I can hardly wait. I'm taking my camera, IPad, sudoku and best beer ordering French, it may be a long day. We find Les Marche des Les Enfants Rouge. Easily enough missed from the street. They are four aisles 25 metres long selling mostly fresh or prepared food and beautiful array of flowers, including to our surprise, wattle. The Decorator is tempted but knows there will be more at the next lot of markets. We stop for ...
... to crawl down the not far from vertical ramp alongside the stairs as a part of an exercise class. At the top of the steps we took a moment to take in the heightened view of Paris before turning to admire the beautiful cathedral. We were happy to see that entrance was free so we strolled inside and wandered through the church in silence. Seeing the beauty rendered in the name of Christianity in other countries really makes me feel for the dull views that Christians in Australia ...
... and left. Luckily he had been interrupted before he took anything, and we gave a description to the Gendarmes at the bottom of the hill but I am sure he was well gone by then. I was congratulating myself on how good I am at spotting them now, when a couple of hours later on the Métro, a little boy of about 8 or 9 rushed to get on last minute, bumping into Craig as he did so. Thank goodness Craig is very careful, and straight after put his hand in his pocket, only to ...
... and busyness of the city. We stopped at a cafe on the street and had a drink and enjoyed 45 minutes of people watching before heading over to Hotel de Ville (city hall). The French national soccer team was playing *****ia in the World Cup and there was a public viewing being hosted at Hotel de Ville. We had no idea what to expect as we walked that direction, but found ourselves in the middle of a crazy scene. Sidewalks and streets were packed with people as ...