Suite Novotel Paris Porte de la Chapelle
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Microwave in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... what a site that is. It is breathtaking at night. We saw glimpses of it during the day on our bus ride to Paris, but definitely at night it is something to see. We headed back to the hotel after a long day – excited to see what Paris has in store for us.
We woke up and enjoyed the hotel breakfast – which has just about everything you could imagine or want. Ian was craving some bacon, sausage and ...
... smaller "homes" were used by members of the royal families as escapes from life at the large Chateau. The Petit Trianon was a favorite of Marie-Antoinette, but the Grand Trianon was my favorite. The marble is a faint rose color and the rooms are elegant but not as large as at the Chateau. It was a much quieter tour as most of the visitors apparently don't go much farther than the immediate gardens of the main Chateau. We headed back to the ...
... is driving the car, so we better get comfortable. We stopped after 2 hours for a toilet break and to grab some snacks to eat, then continued driving.
We're finally here! As soon as we get out of the car, my aunty ran out and hugged everyone... she was so excited. We went inside and there are all these people over, welcoming us and saying bonjour and gave you a kiss on each cheek. In ...
... asking me a question (this was after I bought the roast chicken) and I could not figure out what he was asking. So, with a smile and a, "Desole!" we moved on. Other than that, our French has worked out just fine! Plus we got the roast chicken, so it all worked out in the end. We stopped at Craft and actually sat inside the cafe (we have been getting take away) to drink our flat whites after the market. Evan had ...
... thing to do. The Louvre is one big massive maze! Alyssa was in heaven and lucky for us, it didn't close until 9:30pm. After we found our way out, we grabbed the bus and headed back to our apartment.
We really had a great day and saw so much. I'm learning so much history that I apparently didn't care to learn in high school. I hope this helps make history class a little more real for the ...