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From there we walked down to get the 'Big Bus' tour (included in Paris Pass) that gave a good overall perspective - sat up top in the open...rather cold but great view!! Went past the Louvre, Notre Dame, Musee D'Orsay, Place de la Concorde then up the Avenue des Champs Elysees to Arc de Triomphe - around the Arc de Triomphe...not too scary in a 'Big Bus' - back down the Champs Elysees towards the Grand Palais. We ...
... br> Dinner - Cobb Salad and Pear Sorbet at Cafe Kleber
Sunday: Breakfast - Gaufre (waffle) at Versailles
Lunch - Crepe au chocolat and chocolat chaud (hot chocolate) at Versailles
Dinner - Hot dog covered with cheese at the boat tour
Monday: Breakfast - Ham and ...
... could forget, last but not least Notre-Dame Cathedral). Also on the island is the Cite Metro station - the oldest Paris Metro station still in use. Seeing all these sights took up most of the afternoon.
Once we got back to the hotel, it looked like it was shaping up to be a beautiful evening, so we decided to try and get tickets for the sunset river cruise. On our way ...
... check our maps to make sure we were on the right roads. When we finally saw the Arc I could not believe how big the structure was. We walked up to the arch and saw it from all angles.
After seeing the Arc De Triomphe we left to find Notre Dame. As we walked down a main street we stopped for an ice cream. This ice cream was delicious, and worth every bite! We sat down to enjoy our ice cream when I noticed my camera case was gone. After ...
... Outside was a cash machine. I got some more money and so now I was back in control! I cannot tell you how relieved I felt. Postage had been high and my reserves had fallen again. Time to celebrate. I caught a bus. This was one of those hop on hop off numbers. It ran four routes that overlapped. You could get off a yellow group and join a green one from the same point but end up seeing a completely different part of Paris. I completed three of the four trails and took over ...