Suite Home Paris 19eme
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... paint and Parisians are about to vote on the new colour. I'm for high gloss black but couldn't find the suggestion box. Also they paint it lighter shades of the same colour as it gets higher to create the illusion that it is higher than it is. The Eiffel Tower was not the first choice to be built on the site. A competition had been held and first choice was a massive guillotine, second an enormous waterfall. But old Eiffel,was a canny dude and an engineer of ...
Today was our day to visit Chateau Versailles. It was up very early and off to the trains. The mood was less than jovial. The crowds are legendary at this place and its massive. Thankfully our plan of getting up early worked out and we only had to wait 45 mins to get in. It's unbelievable lavish and just hard to describe. Every inch is decorated and over the top. We spent about 2 hrs in the Chateau and then headed out to the gardens. This was a music day, so the ...
... movement of a city in action were impressive.
The bridge we crossed is one of a couple of Paris bridges that have been adopted by the public as a place for recently married (or not so recent) to fasten a lock with their names to symbolize their marriage union that shouldn’t be unlocked. With thousands of locks weighing down the bridge, it was an impressive sight, a great symbol with probably a few locks ...
... meant dinner would be as good as their cappuccino and croissant. Our assumption proved correct – a delicious veal and pasta dish.
Plat du jour: Chocolate and Mango ice cream from Berthillon’s.
Beverage du jour: Cappuccinos at Le Petit Suisse (thanks Kirsten!)
Factoid du jour: Notre Dame attracts more visitors than the Eiffel tower – about 13 million per year. (Just think what they would earn at $35 per head!!!)
... was worth the price of a ticket into the palace.
It would have been a real anticlimax walking from there into other rooms, but the King's and Queen's bedrooms came next and even though they were small there was an element of light and luxury to them that made them seem worthy of being used by a 17th century king and queen.
There were many other rooms that I saw in my wander through the Palace, but to try and keep ...