Bvj Paris Louvre
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... husband in tow! But I don’t think you would ever get sick of the view from up there.
The thought of another drink and some dinner prompted us to head back down – this time in the elevator.
We continued walking down to the Arc de Triomphe – which is an amazing sight – just for its sheer size. We watched the traffic on this large round about for a while, amazed that there ...
... On the agenda: no morning jogging, find the perfect petit dejuener (breakfast), head to Montmartre, Eiffel Tower, and end the evening with a concert at Sainte Chapelle and a final romantic dinner. The weather was cloudy and it rained on and off for most of the morning, so we felt right at home. Montmatre is a fabulous district in Paris, high up on a hill with a great view of the city. We did the obligatory visit to Sacre-Couer, ...
... around this major roundabout every night around 6:30. The flame is there along with a World War Two soldier buried beneath, his identification unknown.
Getting on in the evening, it was time for tea, preferably somewhere with wifi and a power point to charge my camera. The days photo taking had drained the battery down low and I wanted to make sure I still had power for the Eiffel Tower at night. It didn't help that the power in the hostel was ****. In our room, there is ...
... so I was glad I went. On the walk home, I got distracted by some modern buildings around the National Assembly, then ended up getting off my track. Finally, as it was growing dark, I took the Metro back.
We went out for a happy hour cocktail, as it was a warm evening. Lots of people out and about, being a Friday night.
Then back to the flat to relax. And pack ... so sad I have to leave tomorrow.
And then it was back to the Latin Quarters, fast becoming Chung's favourite hangout place. Finally we chose Restaurant De Jardin Notre Dame as it looked cozy and served sole meniere....the sole meniere was not as good as what I used to have it Cannes but it has been a long time since I had good sole meniere and this will do.
I do so love Paris in the fall as well. Two seasons and two more to go. Paris in the spring and winter and it will be complete.
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