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... which surpasses all the others and is in a class of its own. It is the three-wheeled scooter. It has 2 wheels in the front and 1 in the back. I've seen models by a couple of manufacturers ike Piaggio and Peugeot.These beasts are truly a pleasure to watch as they allow riders to carve sharp graceful turns at high speed - a feat not possible on a 2 wheeler. These scooters are quite popular and people riding them seem to be having ...
... clothes to fit in. Then I had the beef burgundy. Which is like chunks of tender beef cooked slowly in this red wine sauce. Soooooo good. I sat next to an older American couple from San Fran. They looked at my meal and ordered the same for themselves. We chatted but I had to shut up cause I could tell I was getting tipsy and they were drinking only water. The man asked for hot chocolate and they waitress ...
... with just one stop, 10 minutes walking in the wrong direction, followed by 15 minutes in the right direction, we finally arrived at our hotel for the next two nights. Yay! Our charming hotel was only a few blocks away from the Eiffel Tower, and 5 minutes walk from the station. Lots of supermarkets, bakeries and cafes around, my research had paid off. Too early to check in, we dropped off our luggage and started exploring, but not before trying to break some of our 500 euro notes ...
... called the Kings Apartments, but that took several hours. I won't get into detailed descriptions, but the palace played a pivotal role in French history before, during and after the Revolution. Maclean had done a deep dive into the French Revolution as part of his IB History program, so he was able to fill in some context. The really brief history goes something like this: A king, likely named Louis built the original palace, then another series of Kings ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Viator Paris
- Very close to the busy Gare-de-Lyon Train Station which connects multiple countries through various trains and also local Paris Metros.
- Middle of an exciting lively neighborhood with plenty of places to eat and hang around.
- Room on the 7th Floor had a nice view of the surroundings.
- Nice bathroom facilities too.
- Free Wi-fi facilities were good.
- Room was very small as compared to other standard rooms across Europe.
- Elevator reaches only up to the 6th Floor, and have to carry the bags on your own one more level up to the room.
- Breakfast was not included, so have no idea about it.
Overall a decent place to stay for getting easy and quick across to all the major sites and travel purposes through Gare-de-Lyon station.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.