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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Room service
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... road and to get in you just pushed your way in. The kids wanted to go around all day it was so entertaining watching so many cars get cut off and near misses. The street had many shops on either side including all the designer brands. We then drove past the Eiffel Tower and the queues were quite long so we decided to come back first thing next day to see that. A wonderful city that we all loved. Very impressed, makes anything in Australia pale in ...
... had mentioned to us earlier that if we wanted a more authentic meal than is generally available from the tourist traps nearby, he could recommend a number of restaurants to us, varying from the very cheap to the super-expensive. We took him up on his offer of something which was more towards the former, and finished up having a thoroughly enjoyable dinner at a place which was very close by. It got even better once the table-load of noisy Americans ...
This post is to let you know I haven't forgotten all of you. I'm just busy! Here's a sneak peak of my adventures.... Yesterday my plan was to drive to Versailles. When I woke up I readied myself grabbed the keys and then thought, "why don't I just take the train and save myself the hassle?" So, I walked over to the train station and really couldn't figure out the train system. I took the metro the day before so I get that but ...
... the sunny weather. Lots of scammers around the eifel tower and have to be careful of pick pockets. The next day we did a open top bus tour of the city and stopped off at all the sites - Arc de Triumph , Notre Dame Cathedral, Louvre etc. in paris there are love lock bridges where u attach on a padlock with your names on it and the date and then throw the keys into the river. The whole bridge was just covered in padlocks ...
... countries it is of course very arid for the most part and you wonder how they manage to survive (if there were no oil). Despite the later departure, we appeared to make up time with the scheduled arrival set to be the same. As we moved closer in toward Europe, the greener it all became of course, and we shifted from flat terrain to mountainous regions many of which still had thick layers of snow from the recent winter. ...