|Subject: Guide to Paris|
In today's Daily Telegraph (my UK newspaper) the travel expert mentioned
a wesite jador.com which is useful for anyone visiting Paris.Its Paris
Discount hotel booking service is free . the site also has Ticket avenue
which can arrange seats for all kinds of peformance arts,cabaret and and
dinner cruises in Paris and the Gourmet Society, which will reserve tables
at Michelin starred restaurants for a FF50 per head booking fee. The blurb
in the Telegraph goes on to explain that the the Gourmet service was designed
who are not sure enough of their French to try to make the reservations
themselves. There is a phone no. manned by an Englishwoman for anyone
interested in this service: 0033 1 53 63 84 83. Obviously this is the
no.ringing from UK so you would have to use your own code for ringing
I checked out the website, although I could not access it via Google,
my usual search engine, but I did find it by using Dogpile, another American
search engine which I find wonderful.
Anyway, the site is good and the hotel notes give decent info. and list
room prices. there is also a section in which travellers give reviews
of the hotels they used. the listings run from very inexpensive hotels
to more luxurious one and you are able to browse by the area of paris
in which you want to stay.
The site has quite helpful info. about getting into the city from the airport.
Just a suggestion. Anyway greetings from London where the sun has eventually
decided to shine just a little after months of grey skies and rain.