Residhome Prestige Paris Massy Residence
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... memorable visit. Notre Dame is a gotta see in Paris.
A short stroll across the Pont Saint-Louis bridge back to Ile Saint-Louis, we had a light dinner at the Le Saint-Regis café and began our French fat accumulation with some delicious ice cream from the world famed Berthillon’s. Off to the apartment and a welcome sleep in a reclined position instead of the economy class upright position of Delta. Life is good. ...
... of days. The cathedral was really cool from the outside very gothic. Inside wasn't too bad and had lots of colourful glass. We jumped on a boat tour also that went around all the major attractions including the Eiffel Tower and the louvre. Got some decent photos and met a nice couple from Australia. This killed the whole day pretty much and we had to get back to the hotel and get change quickly for dinner. We headed ...
... was the almond croissants we had on our first day from the little bakery across the street, Le Moulin de la Vierge. We've gotten either a sandwich or a treat from them every day this week and have yet to be disappointed! Tonight we will bid au revoir to the Eiffel Tower and pack up our stuff to head home early tomorrow morning. This trip had been a wonderful experience and a life-long dream realized for mom. Thanks for coming along with us on our trip! Merci beaucoup mes ...
Today we woke up early to go to the louvre. We walked to the louvre, and saw lots of amazing paintings ( including the Mona Lisa ).the Mona Lisa was smaller than I thought. It was the size of four big hands put in a square. When I walked around the room, it still felt like the Mona Lisa was looking at me. There was some other cool paintings there, but I only liked the Mona Lisa. Then after that we got on a boat to go for lunch. Mum was boiling,so she suggested to get ice cream. So we ...
... security checks (same as airports, but without having to take everything out of your bags) and have your passport stamped at the London end before you board the train. I survived the dreaded tunnel. In fact, you go through about 8 smaller tunnels before you get to the one under the Channel, so that helps. The French countryside was very green and there was an occasional village with church spires to break the monotony. Obviously, no one wants to put railway lines where ...