Suite Novotel Paris Porte de Montreuil
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Microwave in room
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... all of the breakfast pastries we ate in Italy. This buffet breakfast had everything – sausage, bacon, eggs, omelets, home fries, cheese, meats, pastries, and more.
After breakfast we took the metro to meet our tour group. We scheduled a Sandeman's tour which is a free tour (donations). They have these throughout Europe. It was a walking tour which would give us the highlights of Paris! One thing we missed about Italy was ...
... fruit stands we passed. Walking along we passed a street harp player (not a lot of those in the states) and entered the Place des vosges. This is an tree lined open area that is lined with houses from the 1600's and centered with a statue of Louise XIII riding a horse. This sleepy neighborhood reminded me of New Orleans, complete with a jazz band playing in the streets. Jim and Carey had some friends in the area who were using Paris as ...
... that we can buy Louvre tickets - excellent. But there are no tickets left for the Eiffel Tower restaurant and river cruise combo this evening. Ok. Rethink. We end up booking a dinner at LaProcope (the oldest eating place in Paris), followed by a Seine River cruise. Good. Now lets get cracking - the day is going by fast.
Using Connors phone and Google maps we walk to the Louvre from our hotel. Its only about 15 minutes away. Possibly faster ...
... to become a worldwide known landmark till our modern times.
Feeling brave after the trip in the Alps, Joy eagerly agreed to the ascent and the queue was joined for tickets. A bonus of travelling at this time of year is that queues tend to be so much shorter. After 10 minutes we had our tickets and had been through the heightened security procedures that are in place this week in Paris. Due to bad weather however the summit was not open and we could ...
... checked out the gift shop and headed back to the train station.
The train going back was a welcome respite from our walking. Another smooth ride and we got off at the Eiffel Tower stop and walked back to the hotel for a break. The RER C is a great way to get to and from Versailles, however make sure to hold onto your ticket as we had to swipe them at the exit at the Eiffel Tower. If you don't have it, or swipe the wrong one, the turnstyle ...