TripAdvisor Reviews De L'Europe Paris
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... apparently there was someone on that was sick, so the train wasn't going anywhere until some medics were called. Finally we got going - I wasn't going to leave the train as I wasn't sure where the next metro station up the line was.
Started packing my bag - yes it will all fit in, I'm sure! And then Cecile and I went out for dinner. What a lovely evening that was. I haven't had a sit down meal while I have been in Paris - ...
... stopped there directly. Boy was it busy in downtown Paris, a Friday night of all times. We found a little restaurant called Rive Droit. This was several blocks from Notre Dame. Although we had some euros, we changed some more dollars and had a wonderful dinner. I had the veal in a white sauce and Kathy had pasta. We both also had a super French onion soup, so good.
It was lightly raining and the streets were covered with ...
... a few trinkets for ourselves. From there we decided to go and check out the Louvre, one of the most famous art museums in the world. We got out from the Metro station, and found out exactly where everyone had got to today. They were all here! Yep, everyone. The line to get into the Louvre was a little more than 1km long, so without any debate we decided to keep on walking and found a nearby sushi train for lunch. The temperature had dropped down to about 15 degrees ...
... streets of Paris and checked out some of the main attractions (the Pantheon, Notre Dame etc.). We hopped off the bus at the Notre Dame, had lunch and a few cocktails then took a few photo's. However, whilst we were taking photo's it started to rain and we had to meet Emma so we ran back to the bus stop, took the bus to the train station and headed back to the hotel.
We met Emma at the hotel around 8. She was really tired because she'd just finished work and only had ...
... and an incredible bakery whose line, or queue, often stretches for a block with people acquiring their still-warm baguettes, croissants and sweets. Our apartment is beautiful and impeccably furnished, with old world charm as well as state of the art appliances, and its own lovely patio. It's so nice to be able to invite friends friends to "your" ...
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