La Maison Bacana Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... spiral stairs to the original quarry area, before proceeding to a series of seemingly endless tunnels going deeper and getting cooler and the ceilings getting dangerously (for me anyway) lower until we reached the catacombs themselves. The magnitude of what we saw is impossible to convey in words, and photos can only do so much to show the scale of it. It was truly a sight to behold. Six million people are interred down there in fully consecrated ground, and there is a feeling like ...
... in mid afternoon. By then the place was really hopping and was much like Niagara's Grape and Wine event except for the layout over several inclined cobblestone streets and the many languages that could be heard. We sampled champagnes (Ardeth) and other wines (Rick) from various parts of France, including Borgogne, Beaujolais, and Alsace. Foods we tried were tartiflette (potatoes with bacon and cheese - reblochon in the ones we had), sausage on a bun, foie gras ...
... Daniel there and headed off to the riverbank to get on a boat. The boat tour lasted about an hour or so, and cruised from the islands down to the Eiffel Tower and back. It was nice to see the views of the city from this perspective, and got some interesting facts along the way. For example, the 'New Bridge' to the islands is actually the oldest bridge in Paris. I think they got confused in naming that one. And, the Musée du Louvre is so big it took over ...
... there when we arrived, but there was no electric. This part of the town was very newly built 1960/1970. In this part John counted 15 restaurants business used at dinner time mainly by the workers, but he could not see a supermarket. One lady told us that Napoleon and Josephine lived there in their family home in the old part, and also told us where the supermarket was, so they trundled off ...
... to hotel about 3pm via metro - a lot quieter Cool down in room and went for walk up to Bastille corner Came out of hotel protest going up the street, ? Unions, poor pay What a mes they left paper everywhere and then rubbish trucks came behind them cleaning up Had lovely salad at cafe and back to ...