Hotel Sezz Paris
Travel Blogs from Paris
So it's been a less than straight forward arrival into Paris, we stayed over night in a TravelLodge just outside of Healthrow last night which was a bit difficult to find and having to get there straight after work then get up at half 6 to go to the airport has left us a little tired to say the least. The flight was shorter than I expected and I …
... not!! Postscript: Upstairs was full as 2 people came down for a seat they had been standing upstairs at the top of the stairway for two hours! When the train did arrive people were in such a rush to board they did not let the exiting passengers off - one of which was old and needed assistance! Mon dieu the French! We past a canal with a small DIY canal boat. The old Luxton Place pink would be so IN, in France. The screen did not give us any info on speed initially but after ...
... get back in the swing. No dramas and after 5 minutes we had things mastered again. GPS map looking good, Cruise control turned on, air con right....cruising at 130 kmph. I had forgotten about the tolls and in the 230 km we had 4 different ones costing a total of around 25 Euros or best part of A$40. Last time we were here we noticed the lines are much shorter if you lay on credit card and not cash and so I decided on toll booth number four to ...
... baulked at snails or frogs legs) and the 9pm lights on Eiffel Tower... A good finish to a whirlwind trip around Europe.
Day 3 in Paris was to meet up with RK's Sydney friend Ruth at a different hotel (not one we recommend - under renovation!). In the afternoon we had coffee with another Sydney friend from Barnies Church, Caro who is en route to Toulouse to work as a missionary with CMS long term. Gluten ...
... before we left in the morning (eating our will be servilely reduced now we aren't in Eastern Europe. Baguettes, cheese and wine are rediculasly cheap in France and that is what all the locals eat. We stayed a short while watching all the cars going around the massive roundabout which was crazy but it would get a lot busier, the French drive slightly more civilized than the Italians but not by much and the rules are you have to give way to those coming ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed