Hotel des Jeunes (MIJE) - Fauconnier
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... love lock bridge. There are so many locks on it now that the whole bridge itself has moved! So some of the sections have been boarded off which isn't so pretty anymore- there were literally thousands upon thousands of locks. And knee people have put their look in and lock it they toss the key into the river so their "love can never be unlocked". Some of the locks are just ****** ...
... will have a splendid view of this beautiful city.
enjoy yourself cruising along the romantic River Seine
photo stop at Louvre Glass Pyramid will not be missed
down the Champs Elysees and view Arch de Triomphe
Proceed to Galleries Lafayette Departmental Store
shopping pleasure on branded goods. Dinner serve with a typical
French cuisine dinner with ...
... that runs late in the night.
The city roads reminded me of Mumbai, regaular roads with the odd tree lining the sidewalk. With mid-rise apartment buildings all around. Lots of 2 wheeler's zipping around, especially scooters. Which is a drastic change from the US.
It is said that, and I got the feeling from the cafe's late evening, that Paris has a great nightlife scene (that I din't have the time to explore this time around. Well, I'll be back !)
... before heading to the bottom of the shopping strip on Champs-Elysee (Roosevelt I think?) and making our way home. We stopped for one last beer in a little cafe and the rain started to drizzle, nothing too fierce, but just like we had in Zurich I kind of like seeing these places in their dreary weather state, helps me remember their winter persona. Tomorrow is our last day in Paris and the last day of our trip, over too quickly, but then again it seems like months since we were in ...
... on. You can definitely see the resemblance. The abbey and church is on the very top of the hill and parts have been built around it the rocks at the top and then at the bottom is the "village". We went to tourist information to find out about tours and things and discovered that there could be a possible strike which would mean the abbey would be shut to visitors. The strike apparently would be because the workers wanted an extra long weekend. We got there on the Thursday, which ...