Timhotel Saint Georges
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- Pets allowed
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... pleased of the error!
We will have a light meal in room tonight. Phillip will visit our little bougangerie (baker), Paris Baguette just around the corner for a baguette and they sell tubs of delicious salads, so we will enjoy both and try to get an early night.
We leave our hotel at 10am tomorrow for Charles de Gaulle Airport and fly home with Emirates through Dubai and onto Sydney. We arrive in Sydney 22:30 on Saturday. We ...
A grey morning in Paris but ideal for walking. We set off for the Louvre taking the Metro to Chatelet. As we approached we saw a line and inquired to find this was the line for general entry and that today's entry was free. We joined the line and saw a small neon sign suggesting the wait would be 3:00. I optimistically hoped this to be be 3 minutes as the line was moving fairly quickly through an arched ...
... They ended up charging her 50€ on top of the 10€ she had already paid for the ticket. She hadn’t printed out the receipt when she bought the ticket so there was no proof, and the French authorities had no pity. So travel tip #1: Always hang on to your train/metro ticket even if you don’t think you need it again, and make sure to print out a receipt as well. The rest of the train ride was rather uneventful.
... was a day we planned for the ...
... were suitably impressed with Backpack Boy's arrival in Paris. Backpack Boy was a backpacker with style arriving at Gard du Nord in a private limo due to the train strike. Battery Boy turned to Video Girl and said, "There'll be no McDonald's for this world traveller, tonight we dine in style!" Given time to freshen up, and make sure Backpack Boy was smelling sweet, they left the apartment around ten o'clock and took Backpack Boy out for dinner.