Residence & Spa Le Prince Regent
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... from our accommodation, getting a fresh croissant and coffee along the way. We entered the markets and the smell of cooking paella, fresh bread, seafood (which triggered a 'heaving' reflex in Tom), fresh herbs and spice, fruits, vegetables, cheeses and meats. Along with the food there was jewellery, clothes, antiques and kitchen ware. We sampled more fresh pastries as we strolled around listening to the stall holders call our there specials and admire hand made ...
... the Arc in time to see the storm clouds rolling in, which is always a sight to see. The view was beautiful here too, closer to the Eiffel Tower and we could see more of the CBD area, somewhere we didn't get time to visit. There's just so much to do in Paris!! After a meal of some incredibly delicious Thai food we tried a "sucre et citron crepe" - sugar and lemon crepe - and it was so amazing. Yum!! Now I see why people love French crepes so much. Not quite ...
... we strolled back to our hotel. Oh, I did forget to mention that one of our rooms tonight has a nice view of the Eiffel Tower as well, and we enjoyed the light show from our balcony tonight after returning. As I looked over my shoulder just now from the desk, the Eiffel Tower is just out the window and looks great.
Tomorrow, we head to the airport and back to Philly. I think everyone is a little tired after two weeks of touring around, but we would certainly do it all over ...
... you get off, it is in a pretty shady area of the city. There were 2 huge flights of stairs that lead up to Montmartre, which is the art market. There were probably over 30 different artists displaying their work. Since we were both starving, we had lunch at one of the cafes called Cinecitta right near the market. It was great. Katie had Truffle Ravioli. I had Veal wrapped in cured ham with linguine in a wine cream sauce. Sacre-coeur is free but you are not allowed to ...
... back to the hostel to hang out for a little while then on the metro out to the bus station to catch our bus to London! Both super excited to come back to London we didn't sleep as soon as we got on the bus (well it did leave at 9pm, too early to sleep). The whole trip we basically stayed awake as we had stops, boarder control, customs and a ferry trip in the middle. We were relieved to be allowed back into the uk as it meant we hadn't over stayed our travel visa in ...