Residence & Spa Le Prince Regent
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... 1885. Because of this, tourists and others are asked to dress
appropriately when visiting the basilica and to observe silence as much
as possible, so as not to disturb persons who have come from around the
world to pray in this place of pilgrimage.
... Elysees, which turned interesting when I got separated from the others for about 45 minutes. I almost gave up on looking for the others and was about to head back to the hostel when we all thankfully found each other. We didn’t stay out long as the weather turned cold and wet, we just went back to the hostel and relaxed some more.
That night, Chris and I decided we wanted a night to ourselves, so we went to the Montmartre district and saw the ...
... Tower along the Seine. Beautiful, filled with so much history, and bustling with people on a Saturday afternoon/evening. It was simple, and locals embrace the area so heartily by LIVING in the place. Does that make sense? It's alive with life and lives. My dinner was onion soup, salmon with pesto, strawberry fruit tart, finished off with espresso and glass continuously filled with wine. Bon a petit! Pooped out by the end of the day! I have been up 42 hours, i ...
... size of them both are intense. And the detail in the arch is crazy. Around the arc de triumph is the worlds most dangerous roundabout, I forget it's name but it's got serious road rule issues. Instead of normal roundabout rules, the people on the roundabout have to give way to people entering and exiting. There is a crash ever 6-12 minutes statistically!!! And out bus driver just floors in entering the roundabout it's like a thrill ride ...
Today was a pretty short day. We headed out to see the Post Office museum which I had been feeling cautiously optimistic about. It was supposed to have displays on everything from how telegrams and morse code worked to mail sorting machines. But when we got there it was closed. For the next 2 years. Its probably some sort of sign. We went instead to a sculpture museum that was nearby. Some of the sculptures were ...