Residence Hoteliere Champ De Mars
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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... a guide as we don't speak any French and the metro system is crazy. The first thing Randall and I did was almost get run over since we have been in the UK everything is backwards, so we looked the wrong way. I also ended up flashing a group of French guys near the eiffel tower as I wore a new shirt and when the wind blew the shirt opened. ...
... it easy to photograph and still illuminated the room.
We wandered and Sandy wanted to find a vendor that she had purchased a passport cover from near a local department store. Unfortunately, he was gone for the day --- tomorrow is the French version of Labor Day -- so most places will be closed. We plan to head to Giverny, Monet's home in Vernon about 45 minutes away. I need sunny skies to properly enjoy the garden--I suspect that I won't get my ...
... in getting back through immigration, the rest of the time at the airport was uneventful. The flight to Paris was a little bumpy, and yet again the meal and wine they served was delicious.
We disembarked at Charles De Gaulle airport and passed through French immigration before picking up our duffel on the turnstile, exchanging some dollars for Euros, and heading to the hotel, which was in the airport, but a hike from the baggage claim area. Between ...
... unlike a lot of the other ones that were in the cemetery. After his we looked for Oscar Wilde's grave and after quite some time finally stumbled upon it haha. His was much more elaborate and was really incredible. When we finally figured we had seen enough of the cemetery we set off to go to the famous mall. There's not much that I have to say for this mall.....but wow. We walked in and I was immediately overwhelmed. There were guards letting people in and out of the ...
... later this week! We used our Paris passes again and jumped the queue to climb up the top of the Arc de Triumph. The view was lovely, especially across to the Tour Eiffel.
We then headed back home via the patisserie- a pear tart for George, a rich chocolate muffin for Zoe, a coffee/vanilla slice for Jason and a citron meringue tart for me. All delicious. We then rested for a good 3 hours before heading back out to climb the Tour Eiffel at night.
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