Citadines Opera-Grands Boulevards Paris
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... beets, celery root and African pineapples. All of the produce was beautiful! We then proceeded to the indoor market where Claude introduced us to her butcher(s) and cheese monger and got us several tastes of charcuterie and fromage. We also visited a kitchenware shop where they make copper pots and dishwater. We each came away with our own trinket from the shop. Mom found a bitter dish and I ...
... sex shops and shows near the red windmill up through some very interesting little squares, art and architecture of the bohemian Montmartre arrondissement to the towering white domed Basilica of Sacre Coeur with sweeping views of Paris below us. Back at the bottom of the hill we had some difficulty finding any available bikes, but eventually after the 4th or 5th bike station, we resumed on pedal again and rode all the way back along the canals of Saint Martin, ...
... 1/2 hours before we could book into the apartment....never again, wandered around the Louvre area for sometime, had a coffee, wandered some more, headed across the Seine to look for where we would be staying....this only got us to about 1pm....managed to then find a lovely little restaurant that were more than happy for us & our luggage to enter & have some lunch. Still had a couple of hours to fill so headed down to the river & sat for a while to fill in more ...
... Museum) which was filled with weapons, armory and other items from WWI and WWII. It was really quite interesting but also very sad. We stopped for a quick bite to eat and then visited the Tomb of Napoleon.
We then decided to head back to our room to have a nap before dinner. It was around 16:00 at this point when I realised that I had not yet tried a French crepe yet which was on my to-do list! Lucky we were both a bit peckish from our light lunch earlier on so ...
... how we are, any other way! Plus we get to meet people, look at scenery and relax between locations. But there are a few trains you have to pay extra for, or are not covered by the pass. The most important ones are high speed trains. These cost 10 euros per person in the ticket office to reserve your seat, or about 18 on the train if for some reason you forget, or can't make it to the office. By purchasing ...