A Room in Paris
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A last minute find via Airbnb, very tiny room in a courtyard apartment on the busy city street Ave de Flandre next to Metro exit Riquet
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So Paris is a VERY busy place!! Always bustling with people & vehicles. I do not speak French, so the challenge was constant everywhere I went. I found some comfort on the open-top bus tour with English audio of the History of Paris (of which we learn very little in the U.S.of A) ... I'm astounded by the prolonged violent & torturous nature of the …
... local bakery and buying 4 baguettes with ham and cheese (freshly made) and bringing it back to the apartment (a very french moment). Throughout the day it involved still a lot of sightseeing and walking round the shops to buy gifts for people, other than that we made our way back to London as it was only a very short weekend away in Paris, but overall I had a very fun time and I would definitely go back.. but later on in life!
... and video recorders is forbidden inside the Basilica.
The basilica is home to a large and very fine pipe organ built by Aristide Cavaillé-Coll for a private home in Biarritz,
composed of 109 ranks and 78 speaking stops spread across four ...
... I also would every now and then make photo suggestions so I could have a sneaky breather (mwaahahahaha). Dave said that he thought I’d said I was going to get fit before our trip and I did point out that I did end up in hospital and had to recover (although I think I can only drag that one out for a few more weeks).
It was a pretty church. Dave kept ignoring the poor attendants who kept telling him to stop taking photos. ...
... network we were at the base before 10am but there was already a long queue for the lifts. However the stairs to level 2 were open so we headed up. It was a cool grey day so it helped keep us warm. Having got to level 2 you can then take the lift to the top which surprisingly had no queue at all.
After a second breakfast in a local café we had a quick walk along the Seine and around the Trocadero gardens we headed back to the airport.