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Day 2 - Paris
Today we were up and ready to see all that Paris had to offer. We were so excited that we left two of our Contiki family back at the hotel .... ops!
Having completed a city tour last night we were given the option to drop off at 3 different locations and the day to explore. Some of this I did on my own, other …
... on the lower portion of the tower, where you can see people walking nearly 200 feet under your feet.
After the Eiffel Tower we headed to Notre Dame with our friends and there had to part ways, as they had to make their TGV train to Turin, Italy. We said our goodbyes and then, instead of taking a tour of Notre Dame, we opted to head underground to the famous Catacombs of Paris to escape ...
... Paris traffic was his pleasure, certainly not mine. The shuttle made a stop at Gare Lyon first. We arrived at Gare Montparnasse at 10:17 and I thought I would make every effort to catch the 10:28. I ran to the ticket office and there was a lineup. I exited the ticket office to the terminal building where I noticed machines that looked like ATM's. The ATM was attended by what looked to be a ...
... eager to discover Paris, we woke up had breakfast and made our way to the Lourve. On the way there we walked to galleries Lafayette which was the most beautiful shopping complex I have ever seen. Golden accents and regal ornaments compliment the numerous floors of top designer labels. We walked around with me drooling over the beautiful products. Our next stop was Tuileries Garden which is located between the Louvre Museum and the Place de la ...
... was waiting in the bus line (long) for the next transfer to Giverny, when the next bus stopped beside Roger. Or so he believes he was the chosen one. So while his head swelled with his bus magnetism, he then bumped it getting into the seat. This has numbed Rogers anxiety now about long queues. However, we arrived at giverny, 20 minutes away, and walked in.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAlliance Hotel Paris
This hotel is part of the Holiday Inn chain. It was very nice, had a bath tub, and tea and coffee facilites. Many of the hotels we stayed in didn't have tea / coffee inroom facilities, so this was great! My room was clean and comfy bed. Although others on our tour had issues. I had to walk home from the Moulin Rouge to the hotel, taking around 40 mins (I think). So good location as well.
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