Alliance Hotel Paris Porte Saint Ouen
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... us in the boat as we traversed the locks. We passed by the Hôtel du Nord made famous by the Marcel Carné film. Towards the end of the ride, we passed the Rotonde de la Villette, one of the original tax houses/trading ports in Paris. The last major sight was a large park, Parc de la Villette, where there is the City of Sciences, The Géode (a beautiful sphere), and ...
... and many types of craft were sailed on it. In 1674, the Republic of Venice sent the King two gondolas and four gondoliers who lodged in a suite of buildings at the head of the Canal. Since then known as Little Venice. In the summer, the King’s miniature fleet sailed along it, while skates and sleighs whizzed over the frozen water of the Grand Canal in winter. This is where we stopped to have a picnic, which we had brought early from a ...
... underground and then headed towards the marais. It was heaving there, shops open and loads of tourists, so we kept going until we almost got to Hotel de Ville and caught the bus home. Iced tea was just the ticket as it is very hot. Probably only 28C but seems a lot hotter. Watched the second half of the Men's tennis over a G & T then wandered over to meet Tim to give him Stephs Red Cross parcel. The chicken pasta salad, baguette and ...
... and lifestyle, he was considered fair and kind – a people's king. But it’s no wonder people finally got sick of the royals living like this – we got an uneasy feeling about anyone living that way, much less having it be so overtly in the people’s faces.
After a quick bite to eat (our castle tour took the whole morning!), we headed out to the extensive palace grounds and gardens for a tour around. The grounds ...
... in under fifteen minutes. Ha! Take my advice and use the metro, which of all the major cities I've visited thus far is easily the cleanest, fastest and most efficient.
Not unusually I had to use the metro within 5 minutes of entering Paris to get to the place I was staying. More unusually I suppose was why. I'd just gotten off a bus from the airport at the edge of town, and upon not understanding a word of french and having no map or mobile reception I bit the ...