Le Saint Exupery
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- Shuttle bus service
- Breakfast Available
- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... parents :) ) After, I went back, and packed a picnic to meet my friends by the Seine river. Unfortunately, they gave me the wrong location, so I sat down, got up to go where they told me to go, only to be told to return back where I sat down 15 minutes later. I was pretty upset, but it was fine. Then I almost fell into the Seine river.
A little something about almost falling into the seine river, try to do it when you aren't wearing a skirt or shorts (long pants ...
... is actually a whole lot better than Moet so a couple of glasses were in order, it may have been 9am in Dubai but i am sure it was champagne time somewhere! Got in three films and a lunch. The wine list was better in fact a fairly decent Chablis with my chook. Landed at 1.30 and it was very quick to get through customs, driver there to pick us up and we were in our apartment unpacked and settled in by 3.30. Including a trip to the cave ...
... and I can have a bit of space from each other for the first time in over a week. We went for a walk and found quite a decent little supermarket to get a few supplies including a bottle of French wine for our first night in Paris. I got a quiche - that's pretty French, too. There is an amazing street two minutes walk from here that is full of cafes, patisseries, Boulangeries, a Boucherie , a Fromagerie, two Chocolateries and a fruit and veg shop plus three ...
... We had walked round in a big circle. It took us over an hour and half to get back home. By the time we got back it was nearly 9 o'clock. Called in to the Japanese restaurant because we couldn't bothered with anything else. I am exhausted and have now started to get a head cold. My body is aching and I think I need a holiday! One more day in Paris, thankfully not a lot planned. Love to ...
... s tomb is to the south and the Grande Palais (and Petite Palais) is to the North. Every building is incredible in this city.
Soon we boarded the metro and headed to Notre Dame Cathedral to begin a historic walk around the city. On our way to the cathedral we stopped at a street café and bought the most delicious meat-filled pastries. With the buttery, salty, flaky perfection in our hands we arrived at the Notre Dame. It is truly an awe-inspiring ...