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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
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Today we got up late and went out the door at 3:00 to go to a market and we got some fruit to take home. Once we got home we dropped the stuff of then we biked over to the Eiffel Tower had a picnic before we went up the Eiffel Tower. It was so crowded when we got there- like being in the middle of the New Year's countdown! We found a nice section of grass a little further from the bottom of ...
... building of scaffolds and duct-work andI discovered that to get to the top you take escalators and they are in tubes attached to the outside of the building. The views as you go up are great. I could see the whole city.
After a good hour there, I was half way to Notre Dame so I walked. There was a big line but it moved fast. My Paris Pass doesn't work to cut the line here as it is a free attraction, so I just cut the line myself. ...
... They have done a really good job. A vast collection over four floors. He was a very busy boy! If we had thought about our day a bit more, we should have had lunch before or after at an excellent creperie right by the museum, next time! After another hour of walking around the exhibit, time for a refreshment and a delicious glass of Ruinart whilst watching the passing parade, and quite a parade it was as well! Another walk ...
... connection? Maybe I'm making it up but it wouldn't be a stretch.
Every part of the grounds is perfect. Every single tree is positioned in a synchronized manner. The chateau itself is obviously luxurious, enormous, over-the-top elegant. It's not hard to see why the french rose up against the monarchy after seeing the opulence of this place. My favorite tourist site on the trip that I saw previously was the roman baths; versailles ...
... During the Mass they played guitar and sang hymns, all in Spanish. I don't know what it was for. Outside there was a poster of Pope John Paul II with today's date, but that was all I could understand. There was also a large portrait of him hanging inside. I can only guess it was some feast day. People were still streaming in and looking around even after we left, so I don't know what happened to closing at 6pm. Who cares? I'm in Paris. We made our way back ...