Suite Novotel Paris Saint Denis Stade
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- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Microwave in room
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... de Ville or Garnier's Opera House heighten the experience of architecture delight. Dinner was at Le P'tit Parisien, highly recommended by our concierge and only three blocks away within Montmartre. The steak in Minna's steak frites was so tough that it could not be salvaged even by slicing and more cooking time. She was so thrilled to have the frites as they were cooked in sunflower oil. Previously we were told that all vegetable ...
... We got to have both! And then further down the hill to the tiniest creperie imaginable for a dessert crepe! Wow. So much food, and so tasty!! It really was a great tour, a fun way to spend the early afternoon, and get a good lunch too!! After the tour Jodi and I wandered up to Sacre-Coeur for a glimpse at a huge old cathedral, and the crowds, and the views of Paris. However there wasn't time to hang around too long as we had to get across town to ...
We woke up late, ate, and then metro'd over to the musée d'Orsay where we saw a whole bunch of cool impressionist artwork. While, Quin and Riley were feeling a little tired me and mom really enjoyed the museum. After the museum we decided to walk over to the Luxembourg gardens where we kicked around a tennis ball and ...
... Paris for a bit before he dropped us off to our apartment.
We only had our access to the apartment from 1:30 so we hung around a nice place close by for a few coffees and then we had a light lunch.
Once we settled into our place we went for a long walk around the Louvre and enjoyed a cheese platter and teas and then took some photos....
... from last night, to the Place de la Concorde where an Egyptian obelisk stands (gifted to the French for decoding the hieroglyphic language) that also happens to be the spot where the guillotine stood which executed King Henry the 16th and Marie Antoinette (among thousands of others) during the infamous Rein of Terror during the 18th century. Completing our circuit, we walked to the gigantic French department store, Lafayette, where Sue and Maggie got their much ...