Tryp Paris Francois Hotel
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It is cliched, but time is flying in Paris. It is hard to believe we have already had three full days here. Managing to overcome jet lag, yesterday we hit the pavement in the rain, to explore the area around our hotel and up towards the Place de la Concorde, Champs Elysees and The Arch De Triomphe.
Dad finally purchased new walking shoes …
Despite a relatively short flight from New York, we were shattered by the time we landed in Paris and adjusted to the six hour time difference. Too tired to bother with trains, we caught a cab ride in with a fantastic Parisian who despite not knowing any English managed to communicate with us quite a lot.
The traffic was an absolute …
... bring an umbrella. We took public transit to downtown and it was quick and easy. 2 umbrellas later and we made it 15 feet before Marlin lost his handle (not grip) and the damn thing flew inside out. Amanda and I tried to keep a straight face. It was beyond hard. (Insert wheeze here). We went to Notre Dame first and decided against standing in line in the rain for 2 hrs and did the walk around. We took great pictures and headed onto Hotel de Ville and the Louvre. ...
... s code (yep the law geek in each of us was on show for all to see - incredible to stand beside the wold's oldest written or CARVED legal code which has survived 4 millennia and is still legible), the Mona Lisa for Hana and the Louuvre's fort foundations in the basement.
We caught the train out to the Palace of Versailles and, after mammoth wait (being a Sunday), spent the afternoon exploring the palace, its gardens and of course Marie's infamous hamlet. We ...
... Paris before having dinner together. I’m glad that this part of the experience was in such good company and, as with all those I meet on my travels, I hope I get the chance to cross paths with them again in the future.
The following day saw us visit the Catacombs of Paris; an underground ossuary which holds the remains of approximately 6 million people. It is ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTryp Paris Francois Hotel
Metro out front, cafes within metres, and breakfast across the road including coffee for under 5 euro makes this a great hotel. Can be noisy from the street, but apart from that a good all round hotel in Paris.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.