Hotel Sezz Paris
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- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
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... say it was going to take 1 hour....but luckily for us it only took about 30 mins. Once inside, it was pretty impressive! This place is massive with so much detail. There was so many people in there, we all got lost inside. They were about to start a service so there was hundreds of people waiting for the sermon to start. We even got to experience the huge Organ, it sounded really creepy as it echoed throughout the church. ...
... thing to do while in Paris! I almost feel lame, like I'm missing out on something. Then I remember why I'm actually here and I feel better, slightly, lol. After lunch, I wandered towards the Parc Champ du Mars to get an up close gander at La Tour Eiffel. And of course... the rain starts again, and by rain, I mean the pouring rain! I was going to wait it out under an eave and then I said screw it and I pranced through the rain, I am in Paris ...
High Speed Train - First Class We made it to the train station on time... early actually. We waited to get a coffee at Starbucks before getting on to our train to Paris. We walked into the coffee shop and my mouth was watering.. I have been on a Starbucks fast for 1 week... as much as I wanted an amazing coffee; joy in a cup (Grande Americano w/ cream. At this point Chris would have paid the price for the coffee just for a bit ...
Right after a bit of a sleep in, we head for the Louvre, Goz wants to go and visit Mona, we are staying just around the corner from the Louvre, so we are in the queue for a ticket very quickly. Lots of people everywhere, full on, off to find Mona Lisa and Goz is happy to see her, she is pretty cool, smaller than you imagine but awesome all the same. We have a good wander around for a few hours check out Venice ...
... in a scenic area and bought crepes, ice cream and hot chocolate and sat down to feast. Twenty minutes into our nom session, I noted that we were sitting in front of an important looking building. I inquired about it to my fellow comrades, since they were both experienced in Paris travels, and we all face-palmed when we realized we were snacking in front of the Louvre. We took the opportunity to have a photo shoot and decided to wait on going in until we had a nights ...