Sejours & Affaires Paris Malakoff Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to a new Dentist but she was so gentle and professional, I feel very confident, even though it is a slightly different process. Around the corner from us is a museum called Carnavalet, the history of Paris, it has some quite alternate collections as in 16-18th century street signs, I hadn't realised people couldn't read back then so everything had to be visual. There were artifacts from the ...
... of rows apart. When we arrived at the gate in London i asked the question at the gate as i did make a comment in France about having a **** day or two e.g. Emergency passport. The lady at the gate, said 'oh yes, there is a new boarding pass prepared, they have already changed it' we got seats right at the very back of the plane, just Joelene and I in a two seat row. Much better. Joelene has her Qantas club cards for ...
... finally made it back into town as the sun was starting to set, and found ourselves a place for some dinner, exhausted! Once dinner was finished, we made the final couple of kilometre trek back to our hotel. After a shower to freshen up, Dad and I decided to go downstairs for a couple of beers at the cool little café from yesterday, while Daniel couldn't make it and opted for bed. It was nice spending some time with Dad, and we talked a bit about his family. I could see ...
... BMW 'store'. We walked the full length to Tuileries Gardens and the kids had a great play on the playground. It was so hot we were filling their hats up with water and plonking them on their heads!! We had a picnic at home for dinner. Brendon went to Bon Marche food hall for supplies - wow it's an amazing place. Some cheese and chocolate for afters and a reasonably early night. Tomorrow, Monday, we are heading to Euro Disney. So I'd better get an early night to build up some ...
... of hours would give me the idea and I could say I've been to the Louvre. It's a pretty amazing place, paintings and sculptures by Botticelli, Van Gough, Michaelangelo, Da Vinci, Donatello, so many great names, and most of them older than settled Australia. It was particularly interesting to see paintings of Mary and other women from centuries ago posing and openly breastfeeding their babies. Apparently it was more acceptable back then to appear in public feeding your baby than it ...