Sejours & Affaires Paris Malakoff Hotel
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- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... approach the tower from a different angle. We plan on climbing up the tower by way of the stairs, since elevators are for lazy people, and also we are cheap. I find we appreciate the view and architecture of the place more from the slower stairs route. Ultimately, we are just too cheap to pay for the ticket.
The top half of the tower is still surrounded by fog today, like just about every other ...
... in at St Sulpice on the way. St Sulpice is known to The Da Vinci Code fans as the church where the albino monk murdered the nun. In reality, it is home to a reproduction of the Shroud of Turin and a couple of Eugene Delecroix frescoes depicting St Michael slaying the dragon and Jacob wrestling with the angel. It is a large, yet simple church and well worth the visit. We were heading towards a crossing just outside St Sulpice when we saw a man ...
... and great again I was able to take pictures. It cost $1.94 to go to the bathroom there other places .65cents we had the opurtunity to stay at the louvre or take the coach back we all left it was so hot in there personally I think it would take a week to see everything there is a mall downstairs even an apple store, tonight were headed to see Moulin Rouge it will be a late night dinner is at 7:30. See you ...
... iconic landmarks in the world. It was gorgeous! We took the Seine River Cruise and had a glass of champagne. It allowed us to see several of the famous and historical sights of Paris in a quick one hour tour. It was very informative and very interesting, but made me want to come back and spend more time their. After the cruise, we decided to have dinner there under the Eiffel Tower at night. Just gorgeous and I sight I won't soon forget. I love ...
... a big wound but, as usual it appears infected and my ankle is well and truly swelled up. Guess have done too much walking. Went to a pharmacy, which appear to be on every corner in Paris and she wouldn't help, demanding I get a Doctor for an antibiotic, so right now I am sitting writing to you and waiting for him/her.
Have made ...