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I got in on the afternoon of the 12th. The hotel was nearly falling down. The lobby was beautiful but the elevator was barely large enough for myself and my bags and it was rated for 8 people. After putting my bags away I took my camera with me and went walking around Paris. On the way out of the hotel I used the stairs which each seemed to be skew …
... min walk from our hotel to find we had just missed a train, and the next was at 1020. So we purchased our train tickets, and then endeavoured to find the ticket office opposite that you could pre purchase your Jardin entry - all in an attempt to not queue when we got there. As it was not apparent, we walked back to the hotel and tried to purchase online. Mmmm - the English translation kept going back to French and we gave up. As it turned out, we hoped off the train ...
... br> afternoon; Haagen Dass ice creamery just happened to be next door to the
Renault Shop! So you see now why we chose the spot!
There were people everywhere and the crowd really started to build late
afternoon for the evening race that was schedule to depart from Versailles
about 5.45pm. We were glad that we had
come early as the crowd was 5-10 people deep in some areas and we would have
seen little of the race from the back. You had to ...
... a few blocks from this apartment to Royal Station and take a direct train to Charles De Gaulle. What a great country.
We departed from Normandy about 10:00, arriving at our hotel in Paris about 14:30. Brian and his BMW did some skillful maneuvering getting us in the city center on a Friday afternoon.
Sun shining; Erin, Rhonda and Bernie set out to explore. Brian stayed behind to catch up on some work
Our hotel was the Renaissance in the Palais des Tuileries region on the right bank of the Seine River. We exited our hotel eyeing the shops on Rivioli ...