Dragon Saint Germain des Pres Apartments
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- Microwave in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room
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We knew it was going to a big day and it was! A nice start was being picked up from our flat by our guide as our small 'skip the line' tour group tour comprised us, Greg and Mary plus one other couple from America. The lass was very quiet and slight but after an hour in the Louve, she was holding her ground and matching the jostling, elbowing and general rudeness of ...
After a refreshing shower and personal/cellphone recharge I was able to hit the city! Since I'm a pro Metro commuter now I decided to take the train to the Arc de Triomphe and wander around there. I got verbally harassed by some men in a language other than English or French, so I was glad to see that creepy people are everywhere. Luckily that was my only trouble of the day! The temperature sat around 21 degrees today ...
... s paradise filled with old and new editions. It was certainly crowded, and a bit of tourist trap, but we were certainly pleased that we went there. Mary was under strict orders not to mention her Kindle within those four walls.
We then took a further wander round the St Michel area, with Brian having a decadent waffle filled with syrupy caramel before we wended our weary way back to our hotel.
We were each actually hanging out for ...
... elevator. Open glass door and let kids out, open main apartment iron gate and lower kids and stroller onto street. On your own this isn’t so bad but with the kids + stroller + bag(s), the effort is 5X. In San Jose, you open the front door, load the kids and stroller into the car (buckle them up) and drive off. I also terribly miss our yard and space we have outside the house to hang around outside. Our apartment does have a little walkway outside the living room, but ...
... Giscourt Margaux 2006....which they did have for 25Euros a glass. I had worked out what was going on, they were gradually trying to empty all of their bottles in their Enomatic machines...probably to remove them, so the wines were selling cheapest first, then next dearest and so on until the only wine left would be the outrageously expensive - 70Euros a glass.
By the way, the Gisgourt was excellent, best red I have had on this trip by far.....perhaps ...