Residence & Spa Le Prince Regent
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Refrigerator in room
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... cases through a wet and grey Paris. We arrived in the well lit and glamorous looking Best Western reception area only to be directed to a building down a few steps and and what seemed a far way to two Aussies who thought they'd reached their destination. Mum called our room the prison cell because there was hardly any light and the windows were high up. We were told ...
... because if not getting around would have been a lot more difficult. We went to the Louvre on the fist day, where we were awed by the many enormous paintings, including the Last Supper, and the famous Mona Lisa also resides in this museum. The Palace of Versailles was extravagant, to say the least. Everything was so ornately decorated, from the beautiful painted ceilings to lavish furniture. I was just struck by the artistic ...
... help of some friendly Parisians we eventually found our way. By the time we arrived we had been travelling for 13 hours. After settling ourselves we took the metro to the Seine, where we had a spectacular late-night dinner of duck breast, sea bass, French wine and Creme Brûlée. We wrapped up the night with a stroll along the Seine to enjoy several of the best sights of Paris by city light: Notre Dame Cathedral, The Louvre and ...
... her offering being Lentiles Vertes, Coco/Epices, Euf 69 , followed by Merlu a la Plancha, Haricots Borlotti/Pancetta, Fenouil et Aioli.
Video Girl, Battery Boy and Backpack Boy chatted for hours hearing about his adventures and experiences in America, Mexico and South America. They didn't even realise they were the last three people in the restaurant so at about one o'clock in the morning they headed back to their apartment.
Talk about difficult choices. With only one full day left in Paris, we had a doozy of a decision on our hands... We knew that we just had to see the Mona Lisa and Hammurabi's stone tablets (Veronica's request) at the Louvre, so we headed there first. Just an amazing, amazing place. I've been to the NY Metropolitan Museum, which is gigantic and mind-blowing on its own, but there's ...