Sejours & Affaires Paris Malakoff Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... an hour at the tower, and taking in the panoramic views of Paris, and of course another photo or two (probably more like a thousand but who's counting?), we toured the city taking in the sights of The Louvre, Notre Dame, Arc De triumph, Place de Le Concorde and the opera house. We then had free time to explore so Wayne and I tackled the Champs élysées or at least part of it. All was going well as we browsed the shops, suited for both ...
... Heidseck rose and walked them to the bus stop. Realised we hadn't made any plans for dinner ourselves. No lunch at Les Canailles but got a 9pm booking at Les Affranchis. Always a good back up. I had a delicious endive salad with a soft egg on top and a Roquefort dressing and a 30 hour slow cooked pork dish. Georgie and Jeff had a 300gm steak complete with frites. No dessert tonight and a wobble up the hill home. S ...
... my best french accent, he signalled me to hop in...weird. He dropped his existing passenger off just around the corner, reset the meter and proceeded to my destination. He was the happiest little cabbie I've ever seen. He spoke very little english but tried to talk to me anyway. He was very excited to learn I was from Australia. That prompted questions of did I have a husband or children, and would I like to go out for dinner tonight. It took four or five tries for him ...
... is really bipolar with its weather. One minute I'm wearing a tank top and sweating and the next I'm begging for change so I can buy another sweater (mom calm down I didn't really beg). Once we got back to the ground we did what all good Parisians do and bought a bottle of Rose and salami (we thought buying cheese from a liquor store was too risky). We watched the Eiffel Tower sparkle and reveled in its beauty. I will be back for you, Eiffel ...
... and the best risotto I had ever had. I really loved this place as well. After dinner gelato was of course necessary and walked a good distance with Bryan's mom in tow. The place was filled with people so that was a good sign. Seeing as how this might be my last European gelato for a while I went with the classic chocolate and wow that was good. After dropping his family back off at the hotel we decided another free champagne was in order. This time they also brought around some ...