Abbaye des Vaux de Cernay Hotel
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... We went past the opera house on the way to dropping our purchases off at the hotel. David and Sonya left us to visit Pasteur's house while we walked to the left bank after viewing Notre Dame. Built in the 12th century it has now been cleaned and is very impressive both inside and out. After lunch in a park we joined a Paris Walks tour of the Medieval Latin quarter. The guide was very impressive and entertaining giving details of the first to ...
... The houses have white walls and orange terracotta tiles, rather Spanish style. The main road from Perpignan is a fantastic 2 lane dual road, but once you get into the villages the roads are narrow and windy, just like in old towns in Japan. We drove into Joch, then up and up, really sharp hairpin turns till we arrived at the top of the cliff - to Jade and Bruno's house. It is part of an old chateau (castle). ...
... of Music. This area was absolutely fascinating! Many Parisians were out and about frolicking in the sunshine and grass – a very different scene from the typical tourist scenes.
After the boat ride, we walked up to the Parc des Buttes-Chaumont. This was a beautiful and grand park with rolling hills and lots of water. We hiked up to the rotund where there is ...
We started our morning with breakfast at our hotel. Can't come at cheese and cold meat for breakfast. Nice pot of tea and we are on our way. We walk up little lanes working our way up to Seine where we know there are hop on and off buses. Can't believe we are standing outside Notre Dame de Paris! We jump on our bus and off we go. We pass the Musée d'Orsay which is a museum in Paris, on the left bank of the Seine. It is housed in the former Gare d'Orsay, a Beaux-Arts railway ...
... on the mosque. Where our hotel is situated, there are at least four mosques within hearing distance. So, we get quite a show, especially at 5.30am when all four Muezzins call together, resulting in quite a mish mash of sounds.
The rest of the third day was spent looking round the Topkapi palace…………..mos tly jewels, weaponry and armour in display cases.
Day four, we did two tours, in the morning we did a boat ride up and down the Bosporus river, I ...