Lyric Hotel Paris
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... the day, then you're likely to find electricity still all new fangled and fancy, Still, it killed a couple of hours - then we headed back to the hotel (via a chocolate shop) to drop off the shopping, and then to go to the Christmas markets at the Champs-Elysees. At this point, Kylie discovers that somewhere along the journey - she has lost all her cash. In between moving stuff around, it has been left behind or dropped or something. We can't even blame the ...
... and then caught the metro to the catacombs, a long queue, more than a 30 minute wait. I personally didn't find it interesting (infact I was a little creeped out) but my sister thoroughly enjoyed it. We then moved on to notre dame and then finished of in the Latin quarter (student Central) at saint michel for dinner (€10 for three course) worth a wander even if you don't eat there. Very lively. So that was Paris done in a day and our "inter coaching" journey ...
... is closed on the main streets, although the back streets of Montmartre do have character.
It was back on the metro to our side of town and luckily we made it home just before the metro shut down for the night. Fortunately on weekends trains run a little later than during the week or we would have been stranded.
Another very, very late night, but we had a another great day!!
After Paris we will definitely have to slow ...
... Paris, along the bank of the River Seine. Daniel explained from our bike tour that once the Palace at Versailles was completed, the French court shifted its base away from Paris and the Louvre, leaving the building unfinished and in eventual disrepair. It has been renovated over the years and is now a popular historical museum. We wanted to see the Mona Lisa, ( like hundreds of others) we both laughed so much as we first passed the room which she is held in. Lucky ...
... favorite place, La Grignotine (a little sandwich stand serving hot, made to order sandwiches on French bread). We stopped at the Saint Gatien's Cathedral and enjoyed a beautiful choir practicing. I showed her the Loire River before heading to my host mother's house. She served us traditional French coffee and chocolate before taking us back to the train station in Tours. It was a lovely day that ended up in a quick visit to the club at the hostel. ...