Hotel Park Lane Paris
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... that gave us free passage into all museums and best of all, we avoided what was to be very long lines. This is the best value in Paris and a must for anyone who wants to take in the many museums of Paris.
Crossing back to Ile de la Cite, our first museum was Sainte-Chapelle (Holy Church) in the courtyard of the royal palace now known as the La Conciergerie complex. The ...
... a long queue and €6 ticket for the lift to the top. The lifts have a capacity of 40, are driven and double doored. We celebrated this occasion with a lovely champagne, along with many others. At 9 pm the building lit up with flashing lights and a blue searchlight flashed around the city, making for spectacular photos. There were many loved up couples and we took many couple photos, including a young man ...
Ahh Paris…the City of Light. The entire city is lit up constantly, day or night. Sorry NYC, this is truly the city that never sleeps. We landed on Friday, excited and ready to see the City. Susan had dreamed of visiting Paris since she was 14 and, although this was my 3rd visit, I had never actually spent the night in the city and was excited to see how Paris truly is.
We checked into our hotel off of ...
... a quick trip to the men's room and Logan, Zarah and I were waiting but then decided to head in the same direction and wait for Denham there... well... we lost my fiance in the palace, we didnt realise he had gone through a different door and then we couldnt go back through as we had unknowingly exited... anyway eventually Logan got back through and found him. The weather was awful so a quick ...
... full day in Paris with an early Friday flight (9:30 a.m.) from Charles de Gaulle (CDG) and we'll be home by 2:30 p.m. in Vancouver - hopefully with Suzie's empty van to accept the luggage.
We're getting close to a post blog here - thoughts about what we saw - so stay tuned. Deb and I have decided that we're moving from Vancouver to living in Paris - LOL. Just can't wait till we get back home.