Hotel Sezz Paris
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... from Eric Kayser (are you sensing a theme?)
... so much in and were really lucky to be there at the time of Bastille Day too. I hadn't expected to like Paris as much as I did, but it grew on me in the time we were there and I was sad to say goodbye - I can safely add Paris to the ever-expanding list of places in France I love, and I definitely want to go back sometime. For now it's off to Barcelona with Chris where we're meeting Sophie and Martin for Benicassim festival. Au revoir, ...
... the dog walker with all his dogs, jumping in the river! Some were terrified and refused to participate but most were jumping with joy. They were the highlight, really. Took a lot of photos, and many of them needed cropping to get that stupid old ******* and his disgusting wife out of them. After the cruise, I caught another bus, which took on the rest of the loop and I got off at the Opera house, since I knew how to get back to my hotel from there. My plan was to find a Gap so ...
where there tends to be more food. We walked down to a park area right next to the river and watched the boats go by as we ate the last of our waffles left over from breakfast. It was nice being able to watch all of the boats go by and relax in the afternoon. Once we started to get cold, we began moving again through the city. This time our walk took us down a street full of gardening stores and animal stores! This of course meant that I would have to look at ...
From here, I strolled back up along the Champs-Elysees to my apartment, taking in my first Christmas market. It was extremely busy, and I must admit that I didn’t see anything of particular interest at all in terms of souvenirs, but the variety of food and drinks was interesting and very European.
After a coffee back at the apartment, I headed back to the Rondpoint to take in a performance at the puppet theatre, enjoying the children’s reaction ...