Residence Hoteliere Champ De Mars
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... size, there simply wasn't enough room for the number of visitors that day. After a late lunch in central Paris, we wandered down to Paris' most famous cathedral, Notre Dame. We could have stood in line for many hours to get in, so we admired it from the outside only. We had heard of a much more spectacular church nearby, so we got in line to see the Sainte Chapelle. With some of the finest stained glass windows in the world, we made sure to go see inside, and it was ...
... Sleep In... Oopsie! Ah well gotta have those days every now and again I guess! After trying to get into the Pompidou we realised it was closed on Tuesdays - the website didn't say that! Pompidou? More like Pompidon't on Tuesdays. Rats. Change of plan - after waiting for two hours in the line and rediscovering my love for sudoku, we climbed the Notre Dame tower and had an incredible view over the city! Worth the climb and getting dizzy over for sure. And the bells ...
... about four hours driving, plus any stops along the way. We ultimately arrived in Paris between five and six this evening.
We were all eager to make the most of the few hours we would have in Paris, so we quickly unloaded the van and checked into our rooms. We then decided we would take a Seine River cruise, since both Steve and Patty missed this during our last trip to Paris in 2010. It was a perfect evening in Paris and we really enjoyed the cruise. It was very ...
... getting crazy. They had guards in the Metro regulating people to the platforms so the trains didn’t overflow, and people could get on at each stop. There were so many people. By the time we got to the stop for the Eiffel, it was almost time for fireworks. So, we grabbed some pizza and wine at a restaurant by there. There is a huge lawn in front of the tower that was completely full. We were able to find a spot thankfully. We had dinner while watching the show. ...
... outstanding. Exhibitions on armour (soldiers, kings, knights etc), Napoleon, tomb of Napoleon, world war 1 and world war 2. We expected it to only take 2hrs and we ended up being there for well over 4hrs. Tonight we had drinks with some Canadians then we all went for a walk to the moulin rouge and around the red light district. Some very interesting places can be found along the street! We went for a drink at a bar and all talked for hours and watched the ...