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... there. It is called the Latin quarter because students have traditionally lived there and spoke Latin. It is also very central to all the sights of Paris so is a great place to stay.
Anyway, we mostly would take a bus to an area of Paris, walk around, look at shops, have dinner, and take the bus home.
Around the middle of our week we went to some of the tourist attractions. We realized we had photos of ourselves on my website from our 1993 trip to Paris, ...
... liked to have stayed it was on to Mont Matre and the Sacre Coeur. Mont Matre is a lovely little place full of little cobblestone streets littered with little shops, painters everywhere and lots and lots of tourists!! As i wandered around inside the Sacre Coeur, without sounding all religious, but i felt very moved by the emotion of the place so i lit a small candle and sat it with all the others, thinking about my nan and my dad, and also the sadness i have experienced in the ...
It's thunder & heavy rain again this morning, we make ourselves breakfast & get ready by then the rain has stopped & the sun makes an appearance. We head outside to face an unexpected heat it's around 30 degrees. We walk around the corner to an area called Place De Voges, which is the oldest planned square in Paris, built in the early 17th century. It has been home to numerous famous French people throughout the centuries, including Victor Hugo and ...
... hostel, more trendy with an outdoor courtyard and private bathrooms and showers in the rooms. We took the metro to the Arc de Triomphe, and walked around looking at the shops like Nike and Zara and one very large Louis Vuitton that Whitney and I eyes up pretty good lol. We found a nice pizza place and sat upstairs (probably above the oven) and were nice and toasty as Whitney and I have been cold every day and we are sick of it! The pizzas were 12-16€ but the drinks, holy man, ...
Relaxed mornings, good food and nice things to look at.
After a sleep in we had a leisurely breakfast trying to decide what to do. Most things are closed today so we decided to take a wander to Bellevue where I had read you get great views over Paris. So onto the train, all trains are free today until midday so we took advantage of that..out to Pyranees where as you exit the station you look down the hill over Paris to the Eiffel Tower. ...