Ibis Gare de Lyon Diderot
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
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... a child went up to it, hopped on an animal and went for a ride (yes mum had to pay for it), my kids would love it! A bit more shopping then back to the hotel for a quiet and chilled out evening. On our walk back we could see a hot air balloon going down to land, there long enough to take a pic then all of a sudden gone (probably from Disneyland). Time to get our bags ...
What a busy day! Thankfully the weather was fine. A little cool but no rain. We did a full day walking tour of Paris. First we went to the Lourve. Amazing place and I got to see the Mona Lisa. I was able to sneak under a barrier and push my way through so that Peter could take a photo of me with the Mona Lisa in the background. We then caught a river boat to the Eiffel Tower. Had lunch on the first floor of the Tower which Danielle was very excited about. Food was good. ...
... Giscourt Margaux 2006....which they did have for 25Euros a glass. I had worked out what was going on, they were gradually trying to empty all of their bottles in their Enomatic machines...probably to remove them, so the wines were selling cheapest first, then next dearest and so on until the only wine left would be the outrageously expensive - 70Euros a glass.
By the way, the Gisgourt was excellent, best red I have had on this trip by far.....perhaps ...
Standing in line at 8am (number 1 in the queue) in a rather chilly brisk breeze Carol-Ann shivering uncontrollably at my side waiting for the Eiffel Tower Ticket Vendor to open - 10 past 9 with a huge line behind us, the ticket booth guy pulls his shade down which says "closed" Standing there wondering whats happened we overhear a guy saying the lift is broken and that he was off to another entrance to buy tickets which allow for walking to the second floor viewing area. So we followed ...
... and architecturally beautiful. When we went down, it was a very long walk way to get to the actual metro, but we did. Got to our stop, thank G_d for Steve's map navigation skills... The metro by Trocadero has all kinds of tacky souvenir shops. We took some fun pictures, but it was hard with the rain and the umbrellas. By that time, I was tired and sore and wanted to go back to the hotel. Even with the metro, it was lots of walking.