Hotel Atala Champs Elysees
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... for this. Phil said he would go and check the entry fee if we got in line, which we exited pretty quickly when he came back saying it was twenty euros to get inside! We went and got crepes from this really nice café down one of the side streets next to Notre Dame that I discovered the last time I was in Paris. I got nutella, banana and strawberry ice-cream on mine, it was sooooo gooooood!
... shop for the catacombs and got some more souvenirs then decided to walk around the area a bit. There were a ton of patisseries and boulangeries around here so I thought I could have a pastry and just do the French thing. I stopped in a bakery and bought an apple pastry and a baguette. I wanted to make sure I got my fill of French baking before I went home. Riding around on my bike with a baguette sticking out the top of my backpack I felt like a local. Then I found a nice coffee ...
... most of his problems.)
We continued along the Boulevard de Clichy, and it was full of strip clubs and sex shops, many of which Terry pointed out with his loud voice. And laugh. It was certainly an eye opener for a housewife from Wynnum.
We had dinner at a sidewalk cafe in Monmartre, which I very much enjoyed, in spite of the cigarette smoke. They even smoke when they eat! We strolled home in the twilight, stopping at the boulanger to buy Terry a slice of apple tart. ...
... border-box;">The sacre couer is about a 15 min walk from my uncles, so we decided to walk. Even though it was darker this time, the walk felt a bit safer than this morning. More people milling about. We were about to make our way down the many stairs from the basilica when randomly a young man ducked under Amy’s umbrella. You are going down ze stairs? He gestured. Oui? Ok, we will walk togezer. On the descent, Harlea was walking in front of her ...
... amazing as always. We enjoyed a quick lunch in the museum café to try to recharge our batteries. After spending a few more hours there after lunch, we headed to see the Arc de Triomphe.
By the time we got there, it was very cold and windy even though the sun was shining. The top of the Arc was closed, so we looked around the base until I couldn't stand the wind any longer.
We left there and started walking down Champs Élysées which is ...